Monthly Archives: August 2019

Making the Boulder Comprehensive Housing Strategy Less Controversial

By Dom Nozzi   Much of the conversation regarding the Comprehensive Housing Strategy in Boulder Colorado has centered around the extremely important issues of affordability and neighborhood compatibility. The issue has been exceptionally controversial. A few suggestions to turn down … Continue reading

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Right-Sizing a Road is Right for Boulder

By Dom Nozzi June 9, 2015 Boulder proposes to right-size a portion of four streets starting in the summer of 2015: Folsom, Iris, 55th and 63rd. Right-sizing a road involves repurposing road travel lanes from car-only travel to other uses such … Continue reading

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The Many Transportation Reforms Needed in Boulder, Colorado

By Dom Nozzi  If you plan cities for cars and traffic, you get cars and traffic. If you plan for people and places, you get people and places. – Fred Kent Boulder, Colorado is rightly considered throughout America to be … Continue reading

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Ramps Needing Grinding/Smoothing in the Boulder CO Town Center

By Dom Nozzi Many ramps from a street to a sidewalk or parking lot have a jarring, potentially dangerous squared lip that for bicycling safety – particularly for novice cyclists and inattentive cyclists — need to be grinded to a … Continue reading

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