NoCo Bike & Ped Collaborative

The Northern Colorado (NoCo) Bicycle and Pedestrian Collaborative meets monthly to discuss various topics and share information related to improving biking and walking in northern Colorado. Meetings are open to the public. Agencies and individuals interested in this effort are encouraged to attend. Meetings are held the second Wednesday of every month from 10:00 am to 12:00 pm at the Windsor Recreation Center, Pine Room, 250 11th St. Windsor, CO 80550. View meeting materials.

The first Bike and Walk Conference in Northern Colorado was held by the NoCo Bike and Ped Collaborative in 2015. Read about the event and view presentations from the 2015 NoCo Bike & Walk Conference.

NoCo Bike & Ped Collaborative Vision Statement

Safe and convenient biking and walking connecting northern Colorado.

NoCo Bike & Ped Collaborative Mission Statement

NoCo Bike & Ped Collaborative, representing jurisdictions, agencies, community organizations and individuals in northern Colorado, advances connectivity of non-motorized networks for recreation, transportation and economic development through coordination, education and promotion.

2017 Meeting Calendar

  • January 11th
  • February 8th (Workshop)
  • March 8th
  • April 12th
  • May 10th
  • June 14th (Workshop)
  • July 12th
  • August 9th
  • September 13th
  • October 11th
  • November 8th
  • December 13th

2017 Workshop Calendar

NoCo Bike & Ped Collaborative Goals and Objectives

Goal I: Coordination – Provide an open forum to coordinate regional bike and pedestrian infrastructure.

Objective 1: Develop a network of professionals that share expertise and support regional coordination of bike and pedestrian infrastructure.

Objective 2: Meet regularly to update bike and pedestrian project status and coordinate future projects.

Goal II: Promotion – Promote investments in new bike and pedestrian infrastructure.

Objective 1: Partner to support new bike and pedestrian projects.

Objective 2: Represent regional bike and pedestrian interests to the North Front Range and other transportation planning agencies.

Objective 3: Educate & encourage local government agencies and elected officials to actively support investments in regional bike and pedestrian infrastructure.

Goal III: Education – Share information that leads to greater bike and pedestrian connectivity.

Objective 1:  Interact with experts or share studies that identify the economic development and health and safety benefits of biking and walking.

Objective 2: Coordinate an event to educate the public.

Objective 3: Provide expertise related to bike and pedestrian planning, design and maintenance best management practices.

Objective 4: Share grant opportunities and details.

Goal IV: Measure Growth – Measure growth of bike and pedestrian infrastructure across the region.

Objective 1: Track the implementation of bicycle and pedestrian regional plans, including, but not limited to, the NFRMPO’s Regional Bicycle Plan

Questions or Comments?

You may direct NoCo Bike & Ped related questions or comments to Ryan Dusil at rdusil@nfrmpo.org or (970) 224-6191.

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