Move Colorado Releases Updated Policy Principles

  • September 7, 2022
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>>>>Click here to download the PDF of our Policy Principles<<<< As an organization that has been engaged in the transportation funding dialogue and debate for more than 25 years, Move Colorado has been at the table with elected and appointed leaders, industry representatives, business and civic leaders and system

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Move Colorado’s 2024 Policy Positions

  • March 6, 2024
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Every other week during the 120 day session of the Colorado General Assembly the Move Colorado Policy Committee meets and reviews proposed legislation that intersects with transportation. Recommendations to support or oppose a measure will be made to the Board of Directors. The Board will review and take action

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Support Proposed Amendment to SB24-032

  • April 16, 2024
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Sample email language to share with the Senate to support the proposed RTA Lodging Tax Amendment: Just dropping a note to show my support for the proposed RTA Lodging Tax amendment. It’s important for expanding local transportation infrastructure across Colorado and ensuring we have sustaining funding. The current restrictions

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Notes from January 11 Move Colorado Member Meeting

  • January 22, 2024
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Move Colorado // Parsons Offices (18th Street)   11:45 AM – Danielle Smith/Eugene begins  11:50 AM – Intros  20ish people here in person  11:54 AM – Darcy Kitching (darcy@bouldertc.org) begins presentation – “Good Things Come in Small Packages”  Ms. Kitching introduces herself  “We are here to talk about the connections

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Responses to Move Colorado’s Denver Mayoral Candidate Questionnaire from Kelly Brough

  • May 2, 2023
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Move Colorado Policy Principle #1: Colorado’s state and local transportation system must be adequately funded.  Do you believe the current transportation system is adequately funded? No. Colorado’s transportation system is not adequately funded and hasn’t been for decades. During my tenure as CEO of the Denver Metro Chamber of

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Responses to Move Colorado’s Denver Mayoral Candidate Questionnaire from Mike Johnston

  • May 2, 2023
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Move Colorado Policy Principle #1: Colorado’s state and local transportation system must be adequately funded.  Do you believe the current transportation system is adequately funded? No. What are your priorities within transportation during the next 4 years? As Mayor, I will invest in RTD to ensure it is more

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Responses to Move Colorado’s Colorado Springs Mayoral Candidate Questionnaire from Wayne Williams

  • April 24, 2023
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Move Colorado Policy Principle #1: Colorado’s state and local transportation system must be adequately funded.  Do you believe the current transportation system is adequately funded? No. As a long-time advocate for transportation*, I am well aware that the proportion of transportation funding relative to the state budget is dramatically

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Responses to Move Colorado’s Colorado Springs Mayoral Candidate Questionnaire from Yemi Mobolade

  • April 24, 2023
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Move Colorado Policy Principle #1: Colorado’s state and local transportation system must be adequately funded.  Do you believe the current transportation system is adequately funded? 47% of Colorado’s roads are in poor or mediocre condition. For my city, Colorado Springs, 45% or our roads are in poor or mediocre

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You Heard It Here … with Shoshana Lew

  • April 24, 2023
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Move Colorado is proud to launch “You Heard it Here”, a video interview program with key thought leaders in transportation and related industries and issue areas. Below are four video segments with Colorado Department of Transportation Executive Director Shoshana Lew. Our thanks to her, and the CDOT team, for

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