Monthly Archives: September 2019

Is Boulder CO Too Crowded?

By Dom Nozzi One of the most long-standing, vigorous debates in Boulder, Colorado is the question of whether Boulder is too dense or has too many people. It’s all a matter of perspective, actually. The first thing to understand is … Continue reading

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Promoting Free Flowing Traffic is a Bad Idea for Boulder Colorado

By Dom Nozzi August 16, 2013 Despite its reputation, Boulder CO is a long way away from where it needs to be on an over-arching position on transportation and land use. In particular, I remain deeply concerned that City policy … Continue reading

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A Transportation Vision for Boulder

By Dom Nozzi This is a slightly edited version of a paper that I wrote and had serialized in 2015 and 2016 in The Blue Line, an online newsletter in Boulder County. I was originally asked to prepare a “transportation white … Continue reading

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Gigantism Versus a “Small Town Feel” in Boulder Colorado

By Dom Nozzi August 5, 2013 A great many citizens Boulder, Colorado admirably seek to retain or restore a “small town feel” (or “ambiance”) in our community. The most significant transportation action (or, arguably, ANY action) a community can take … Continue reading

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Neighborhood Parking Permits in Boulder Colorado?

By Dom Nozzi February 9, 2016 “Spillover” parking, where a nearby business, shop, school, or park draws so many cars that on-street parking spaces in a neighborhood are used by such visitors, is a problem in a great many neighborhoods … Continue reading

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Housing Affordability Crisis in Boulder

By Dom Nozzi February 21, 2016 Having been in the market to buy a house in Boulder for over a year now, an article that was published in the 2/21/16 Boulder Daily Camera about the housing affordability crisis for middle-income … Continue reading

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Should Boulder Prohibit Bicycling on Sidewalks?

By Dom Nozzi August 16, 2014 Boulder Colorado is well known for providing an impressive range of bicycling facilities. However, the City prohibits bicycling on several sections of commercialized streets. I have serious concerns about this prohibition. I should state … Continue reading

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