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DRCOG RideAlliance receives almost $1 million grant for transit innovation

Ride Alliance, an on-demand transit service designed to help older adults, veterans and people with mobility challenges get around the Denver region, recently received a $975,486 grant in the area of transit innovation from the U.S. Department of Transportation’s Strengthening Mobility and Revolutionizing Transportation Grant program. Read more about the grant.

Sign up for the Bike to Work Day Business Challenge

Business leaders earn recognition each time an employee pledges to ride on Bike to Work Day Wednesday, June 26. Join the Business Challenge and climb a public-facing leaderboard as your staff pledges to swap trips alone in their cars for rides on two wheels. To sign up, fill out the form and promote the program internally when rider registration opens on Monday, April 15. The more employees who sign up, the higher the business will rank on the Bike to Work Day Business Challenge leaderboard.

Area Agency on Aging selected to join Health Equity Learning Cooperative

The Area Agency on Aging is one of 20 organizations nationally selected by the Partnership to Align Social Care to join a Health Equity Learning Cooperative. During the 15-month initiative, the Area Agency on Aging will work to develop contract partnerships among DRCOG and the region's health care and health insurance providers. Through the program, Area Agency on Aging staff will convene a community-clinical team including its employees and staff from Denver Health, and a yet to-be-identified hospital, health system and health insurance provider. The team will design and implement a program to screen and navigate Medicare beneficiaries to community-based services. The program leverages three newly created Medicare reimbursable benefits which pay clinical providers to screen Medicare patients for social needs (such as housing and food) and reimburse DRCOG and clinical staff for labor costs to help patients find community services to meet their needs.

DRCOG Board of Directors adopts the Regional Transportation Demand Management Strategic Plan

The Denver Regional Council of Governments Board of Directors in December 2023 adopted the Regional Transportation Demand Management Strategic Plan. The plan provides the region with a framework to improve efficiency and mobility for travelers of all ages, incomes and abilities.
Visit the Regional Transportation Demand Management Strategic Plan page for more information. For more information, contact Kalie Fallon, emerging mobility and transportation demand management planner.
 

Southwest Weld County Subregional Transportation Forum

June 13, 2024

Hybrid Meeting

(4209 WCR 24.5, Longmont); Southwest-Large Meeting Room

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Broomfield County Transportation Forum Meeting

June 14, 2024

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Juneteenth

June 19, 2024

Executive Committee

June 19, 2024

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Performance and Engagement Committee

June 19, 2024

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Finance and Budget Committee

June 19, 2024

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Board of Directors

June 19, 2024

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