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2016 Colorado Bike Month Artist Sought

DRCOG's Way to Go program is looking for Colorado's next great bike art! Check out the Call for Artists to see how your artwork could be shown across the state in 2016, including being used as the basis for all of the Denver region's Bike to Work Day materials.  http://bit.ly/1flsXls

New Resource to Help Communities Plan for Successful Aging

DRCOG recently launched the Boomer Bond Online Resource Directory, which features hundreds of best practices from around the region and the country related to key aspects of livable communities for older adults – housing, mobility and access, support services, and community living. We encourage you to check out this resource aimed to help create vibrant lifelong communities. 

 

Front Range Travel Counts - Commercial Vehicle Survey

As part of the survey process regularly undertaken to ensure accurate data for DRCOG's travel model, the council has contracted with ETC Institute to conduct a survey of commercial vehicles in the Denver area.

Take Our Transportation Survey

DRCOG is seeking information about travel habits in our region: take a brief online survey to let us know your thoughts about transportation.

Grant Writing Workshop

September 9, 2015

Beginning and experienced grant writers from city, county and state agencies as well as nonprofits, K-12, colleges and universities are encouraged to attend this two-day workshop. You do not need to work in the same profession as the host agency. Registration and more information available here.

Grant Writing Workshop

September 10, 2015

Beginning and experienced grant writers from city, county and state agencies as well as nonprofits, K-12, colleges and universities are encouraged to attend this two-day workshop. You do not need to work in the same profession as the host agency.

TransCAD Training

September 14, 2015

DRCOG and Caliper Corporation invite you to attend the Travel Demand Modeling with TransCAD training course. Learn to understand TransCAD and use it effectively and productively, with a focus on transportation planning and forecasting. Topics covered include: 
•    Creating maps
•    Spatial analysis and geocoding
•    Managing geographic files
•    Creating and using networks, route systems, and matrices
•    Data preparation for planning and forecasting
•    Trip generation
•    Trip distribution
•    Mode split