FY 2016 and 2017 DRCOG TDM Pool Application Form

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1 FY 2016 and 2017 DRCOG TDM Pool A. GENERAL INFORMATION Agency Legal Name Address Boulder CarShare, dba ego CarShare th St, Suite C City/State/Zip Code Boulder, CO Website carshare.org Identify and provide contact information for: Person authorized to enter into contracts Project manager for proposed activity(ies) Only if different from authorized person (e.g., consultant) Name Karen Worminghaus Name Title Executive Director Title Address th St, Suite C Address City, State, ZIP Boulder, CO City, State, ZIP Phone x5 Phone 1. Project Title ego CarShare Multi modal Access Pass Marketing Campaign & Fleet Expansion 2. Primary Project Type (select one) Indicate which project type is your primary focus and majority of budget (>50%): Non infrastructure (marketing, outreach, transit passes, etc.) Infrastructure (permanently installed, vehicles, bicycle parking, etc.) Applicant is committed to have a maintenance plan in place for the proposed infrastructure. 3. Project Description (concise abstract limited to 500 characters) This project will consist of two components: 1) A robust carshare marketing campaign, with a multi modal access pass emphasis and, 2) The addition of 3 new carshare vehicles in new service area locations in the Metro area. 4. Project Overview (limited to 1,500 characters) Describe your project and what it is going to do. Do not include background information or justification language. Our multi modal carshare marketing campaign will target existing multi modal users, i.e. RTD transit users (particularly Pass Program participants / Smart Card holders) and B cycle members, as well as new businesses who are not yet participating in the Eco Pass program. This marketing campaign will emphasize the synergy between these modes and will complement previous investments made in the expansion of the ego CarShare fleet. On average the vehicles in ego's fleet are currently used about 4.25 hours/day/vehicle, whereas optimal capacity is 9.0 hours/day. Thus there is excess capacity to leverage. We will also build upon a joint card pilot program we conducted with B cycle in This campaign will also develop initial work started by BTC and Boulder B cycle in 2015 to create a "Boulder Bundle," which gives businesses and residents pricing incentives to participate in all three programs (Eco Pass program, carsharing, and bike sharing). Through technology upgrades, which we will be making to our vehicle access system independently prior to this project, carshare members will be able to access our vehicles using B cycle cards, and ideally RTD Smart Cards as well. Additionally, we will also be adding vehicles at the following residential locations: * Alameda Station, Denizen Apartments, Denver (275 units) * Via Apartments, 8 th & Lincoln, Denver (300 units) Page 1

2 FY 2016 and 2017 DRCOG TDM Pool * Boulder Junction Transit Center, Boulder (~500 units in Phase I, includes ~100 affordable units) 5. Project Innovation Briefly describe any innovative features of the proposed project. Example: Project elements haven t been implemented in the region. Neither a "multi modal bundle" for businesses nor a multi modal access card have been previously implemented (beyond a pilot phase) in the Denver Metro area. However research shows that integrated, multimodal transit systems are critical in creating sustainable cities (Goldman & Gorham, 2006). Specifically, studies show that integrating car and bike sharing with public transit systems is beneficial. A German study determined that a joint access card between car sharing and public transit resulted in a significant reduction in car use (Huwer, 2004). To our knowledge, Chicago is the only region in the country that has already implemented a joint Transit + CarShare access card (see to link transit and i go car sharing). Hourcar, a nonprofit carsharing organization serving Minneapolis and St. Paul, is currently in the process of implementing a similar CMAQ funded multi modal transit pass project. Multi modal access cards allow for seamless access across modes, thus resulting in a significantly enhanced and simplified user experience. A joint access card program with ego CarShare, B cycle, and RTD has the potential to increase membership in each organization, encourage suitable transit among consumers, and positively impact the Boulder/Denver area as a whole. While having a joint access card in place would help expand the reach and potential effectiveness of this marketing campaign, it would not be an absolute requirement, i.e. the carshare marketing campaign, with a multi modal emphasis, can be implemented with or without a direct tie in to RTD s Smart Card program. (See section 11, Re: Readiness for more info.) The introduction of RTD's new stored value Smart Card program in 2016 will provide an ideal opportunity to leverage this technological advancement to create a much more seamless user experience across modes. Additionally, as part of our CMAQ FY project we pilot tested a joint carshare/b cycle access card. This project would allow us to implement a robust marketing campaign to support the in vehicle technology upgrade we will be doing independently prior to the launch of this marketing campaign. Our pilot project in 2012 demonstrated that there is clearly a need and eagerness among pilot program participants to integrate with RTD s new Smart Card system. Achieving an integrated access card system would be an important and very informative step in laying the foundation for an integrated fare system. Research has also shown that integrated fare cards between bike sharing, car sharing, and public transit have the potential to not only increase regional transit coordination, but can improve service quality and potentially have a positive financial impact on public transit systems. Transit systems do not exist in a vacuum and work best when fully integrated with other transportation options. While physical integration of stations is critically important, access card integration is equally beneficial. 6. Project Tasks List and briefly describe (below) the specific key tasks you will complete in order to successfully implement and finish your project. (Tasks will be referenced in Section F Timeline) Task # Task Description Task 1: (required) Task 2. Task 3: Calculation and Compilation of Project Results. Add Vehicles Develop Brand Strategy Establish procedures for obtaining before and after travel habit information from participants. Conduct pre and/or post surveys or implement routine tracking procedures. (Details of methodology to be provided in Question #18) Get bids, procure vehicles, and prepare new carshare vehicles for placement at new service locations. Work with consultant to develop a "multi modal bundle" brand concept and carshare marketing strategy; this will involve some degree of collaboration with BTC, B cycle, etc. We will also incorporate aspects of DRCOG's Way to Go campaign as appropriate. Task 4: Graphic Design Work with graphic designer to create ads based on brand strategy work. Task 5: Create Media Package Research and create media package to include ads on RTD buses, robust online/social media advertising campaign, ads in local publications, and local outreach events, etc. Page 2

3 Task 6: Task 7: Task 8: Task 9: Task 10: Implement Marketing Plan Analyze and Adjust Marketing Efforts as Appropriate Continue Marketing Plan Implementation Conduct post surveys FY 2016 and 2017 DRCOG TDM Pool Rollout ad and online campaign, participate in outreach events, etc. Compile and analyze feedback and effectiveness to marketing campaign. Work with brand strategist and graphic designer to make any necessary adjustments to the marketing campaign based on feedback and response from target audience. Continue ad campaign/outreach efforts throughout the duration of the project period Conduct post surveys at the end of project period to determine project effectiveness and lessons learned B. PROJECT TRAITS 7. What is the geographic target area (overall and/or specific sites) for the project? Is there anything unique about this geographic area? Provide a map of the service area noting specific sites if applicable. Our overall marketing campaign will target our existing carshare service area in the Denver Boulder metro area, including businesses in this area who are not yet participating in the Eco Pass program. We will also be adding carshare service at three new locations: Boulder Junction Transit Center, Alameda Station (Denizen Apartments), and 8 th & Lincoln (VIA Apartments). See attached maps. Boulder Junction is a significant new transit hub that is coming online in Denizen Apartments at Alameda Station is a new TOD site that will be opening in late 2015/early Non local government applicants are required to submit a letter of support from the applicable local government (s) where the project is located. Please confirm you have met/corresponded with the local jurisdiction(s) where your project is located and attach the letter of support. Yes, I confirm and have provided letter(s) of support. N/A Applicant is a local government. 9. Who is your target audience? Are there any unique demographic or socioeconomic traits of your target population? Our multi modal carshare marketing campaign will target existing multi modal users, i.e. RTD transit users (particulary Pass Program participants / Smart Card holders) and B cycle members, as well as new businesses who are not yet participating in the Eco Pass program. RTD and B cycle users encompass a broad socioeconomic spectrum. Based on current RTD ridership data 54% of RTD riders have incomes of $35,000 or less. 10. Will you be specifically reaching out to any minority or low income population groups or areas? Yes No If yes, please describe. We will not specifically be targeting any minority or low income populations groups in this project, but due to the high percentage (54%) of low income RTD riders, we anticipate we will reach a similar percentage of low income employees and residents through this project. Additionally ~20% of Boulder Junction residential units are low income units. These residents will inherently be included in our marketing campaign outreach efforts. 11. When will you be ready to start the project? Describe any unique logistical aspects of getting the project started and implemented. We will be ready to start as soon as the contract/iga is complete. The City of Boulder has been very interested in our efforts to work with BTC and Boulder B cycle to create a "multi modal bundle." In order to drive this effort forward, the city's Parking Services department has agreed to fund a five car pilot project to upgrade our in vehicle access technology this summer. This pilot project will also our vehicles to be accessed using B cycle and RTD Smart Cards. We sent sample RTD and B cycle cards to our technology vendor earlier this year and they have been able successfully read and work with both cards. They have been working on doing some additional customization of the hardware system for us since April Page 3

4 FY 2016 and 2017 DRCOG TDM Pool It should be noted that the hardware upgrade we will be doing to our vehicles is not dependent upon any action from RTD. The new multi readers in our vehicles will allow us to read RTD Smart Cards (and B cycle cards) as is, without any modification or customization on RTD's part. We anticipate implementing the 5 vehicle hardware upgrade this July and August, and will complete the hardware upgrade for the remainder of our fleet in 2015 Q3 and Q4. From January April 2015 ego CarShare, BTC, and Boulder B cycle also embarked on initial discussions regarding the creation of a multi modal "Boulder Bundle." We enlisted the help of an outside marketing/brand strategist to guide our initial discussion about this. It's quite likely we will continue to work with the same brand strategist for the creation of the branding and marketing campaign funded by this grant. During 2016 Q1 the focal point of this project will be brand and marketing development, so the rollout of the marketing campaign will dovetail nicely with the completion of our in vehicle hardware upgrade. 12. Will your project be timed or linked with a major roadway construction project? Yes No If yes, which project, and describe the linkage? (e.g., promoting non SOV travel modes during construction period) Our project will be starting shortly after the completion of the majority of the US 36 improvements have been made. This means we will have the opportunity to promote the synergy between the new Flatirons Flyer BRT service and multi modal options, such as carsharing. 13. Transit service relation Will your project be timed or linked to a new major transit project? If yes, what transit project, and describe the linkage? Our project will coincide with the rollout of the new US 36 BRT service (Flatirons Flyer), as well as the broader rollout of RTD's stored value Smart Card program in The introduction of RTD's new stored value Smart Card program in 2016 will provide an ideal opportunity to leverage this technological advancement to create a much more seamless user experience across modes. Additionally, as part of our CMAQ FY project we pilot tested a joint carshare/b cycle access card. This project would allow us to implement a robust marketing campaign to support the in vehicle technology upgrade we will be doing independently prior to the launch of this marketing campaign. For non infrastructure projects: Will your project promote or incentivize new or existing transit? Yes No If yes, please explain. Our project will promote and incentivize both new and existing transit. We will be offering discounted carsharing rates to businesses and neighborhoods that participate in RTD Pass Programs. Additionally, studies show that joint access card technology results in increased transit use. Yes No For infrastructure projects types: Will your project support transit by providing a direct link to transit or by providing multimodal connectivity or support to transit? If yes, please explain. Our project is primarily a non infrastructure project, but the new carshare locations included in this project (such as Boulder Junction and Alameda Station) have a direct link to transit and provide multimodal connectivity. Boulder Junction is a significant new transit hub that is coming online in Denizen Apartments at Alameda Station is a new TOD site that will be opening in late 2015/early VIA Apartments is a new 300 unit residential development with excellent connectivity to existing bus service and bike routes. 14. List any organization that is a financial (cash or in kind) partner with you in this project. Is the partnership currently in place? Please explain. A letter of commitment must be provided by each financial partner. Yes No Page 4

5 FY 2016 and 2017 DRCOG TDM Pool The City of Boulder has agreed to provide a local match of $15,000 if this project is funded. Yes, the partnership is already established. See attached letter of commitment. 15. Describe how you will collaborate with (or your project will link to) Way to Go s TDM efforts. (All applicants are required to meet with Way to Go staff to determine potential opportunities to collaborate on projects in some capacity prior to submitting your application.) I discussed our project with Way to Go staff member, Kenneth Boden, prior to submitting our application. If our project is funded, we will work with Way to Go staff to incorporate the Way to Go logo/branding on our web site, in our RTD bus ads, and other ads which will be part of our multi modal marketing campaign. C. PROJECT BENEFITS SOV TRIP and VMT REDUCTION POTENTIAL The CMAQ program supports two important goals of the U.S. Department of Transportation: improving air quality and relieving congestion. The TDM Pool is focused on the reduction of SOV trips and associated VMT reduction. The project review panel will consider the reliability of assumptions listed in Question 16 and the clarity of the justifications. Upon project completion, all project awardees must calculate benefits (trips reduced and VMT reduced) as part of their project evaluations in order to receive final reimbursements for their projects. Example procedures for tracking project benefits include: Before and after (pre and post ) surveys of project participants travel habits On going tracking (e.g., web based) of participant travel habits from the time they join (e.g., My Way to Go tool) Post project reporting of RTD transit ridership changes on specific routes. If you need assistance, contact DRCOG staff. Example methodologies to predict benefits will be available on the DRCOG website. 16. Trip and VMT reduction potential a) The following project attributes will lead to a reduction of single occupant vehicle (SOV) trips and vehicle miles of travel (VMT). Provide a number and justification for each applicable project attribute listed below (Provide attachments where necessary). Project Area Attributes Amount Justification Source of data 1) Residents and employees you expect to reach or contact 2) Residents and employees you expect to participate (e.g., sign up, register, receive passes, become members, etc.) 3) Current percent of residents driving alone to work 112,900 See explanation in VMT calculation below. 1,930 This is based on the current capacity of our existing vehicles + 3 new vehicles. See further explanation in VMT calculation below. 67 % Since our carshare locations are primarily in Denver and Boulder we used the average of those two areas, rather than the regional average of 74.8%. Numerous residents & employees who live outside of Denver and Media kits and e mails received from various marketing channels. See data sources in VMT calculation below American Community Survey (provided by DRCOG) Page 5

6 FY 2016 and 2017 DRCOG TDM Pool 4) Current percent of workplace employees driving alone to work 5) Average trip distance of target population currently driving alone (in miles) Boulder use our program however, so this # may be an underestimation. 73 % Since our carshare locations are primarily in Denver and Boulder we used the average of those two areas Regional average trip distance (in general) as supplied by DRCOG 6) A. Program will be active: 365 days per year for 2 years American Community Survey (provided by DRCOG) DRCOG trip and mode statistics sheet or B. Facility will be available: days per year for years 7) Other: 8) Other pertinent information that supports the attributes provided above (past results, unique project team skills, case studies/research based on similar project types, etc.). See more project specific VMT and Trip Reduction estimates below. b) (Optional) If desired, you may calculate an estimate of number trips reduced, and/or the VMT reduced as a result of this project. The estimates can be for an average day, or for a year. Provide an explanation of how you calculated the estimates, including formulas and all specific assumptions below, or in an attachment. Trip Reduction Estimate: To get our Trip Reduction Estimate, we are using the total VMT Reduction shown below, divided by the regional average trip distance (in general) of 6.70 miles. Trips Reduced = (3,621,995 VMT Reduced/year) / (6.7 miles/trip) = 540,596 Trips Reduced per year VMT Reduction Estimate: There are 3 components to our VMT Reduction Estimate: 1) The VMT savings from our 3 NEW carshare VEHICLES Using the formula provided in DRCOG's 2015 VMT and Trip Reduction Calculation Packet we get: AVMTR = N x BVMT x M x D N = number of vehicles = 3 BVMT = Baseline VMT = 3,254 VMT/person/year (Average of 2013 survey = 2,562 & 2014 survey = 3,945) M = members/vehicle = 60 members/vehicle (Number of members/vehicle supported by a usage rate of 9 hours/day) D = % VMT reduction benefit (once a member) of carsharing = 40% (Average of 2013 survey = 32.5% and 2014 survey = 47%) AVMTR = 3 vehicles * 3,254 VMT/person/year * 60 members/vehicle * 0.40 = 234,288 VMT/year 2) The VMT savings from new carshare MEMBERS acquired through the multi modal marketing campaign The 54 vehicles already in our fleet are currently in use ~4.25 hours/day/vehicle, whereas optimal capacity is 9.0+ hours/day. Based on the usage patterns of our existing members, we have calculated that we could support an additional 1,750 Page 6

7 FY 2016 and 2017 DRCOG TDM Pool members with our existing fleet, i.e. 1,750 members/54 vehicles = 32 additional members/vehicle. Our carshare marketing campaign, with multi modal emphasis, should allow us to attract this amount of new members, in addition to the 180 new members we can support with the addition of 3 more vehicles. 1,750 members over a 18 month marketing campaign period = 97 members/month. This figure seems very achievable given that we averaged 73 new members/month over the past 12 months without a very robust or targeted marketing plan in place. Therefore our AVMTR from our new carshare marketing program is anticipated to yield: AVMTR = 54 vehicles * 3,254 VMT/person/year * 32 additional members/vehicle * 0.40 = 2,249,165 VMT/year Note, this figure does NOT include or double count the 180 new members which can be support by the 3 new vehicles added in calculation #1. 3) The VMT savings from the people we reach via our broad multi modal marketing campaign, but who don't become carshare members. AVMTR = N x P x PSOV x Nt x Nd x D All numbers used in this calculation, except for N, are supplied in DRCOG's VMT Calculation Packet. To get N, we added up the ad exposure estimates supplied by the various advertising channels we plan to include in our marketing campaign. This includes RTD bus ads, online advertising campaign, and ads in local publications. The total # of projected "impressions" is 1.38 million. However we feel that there will be potential significant duplication in these various marketing efforts so we are constraining this number to be a maximum of 15% of the residential population in the City of Denver and the City of Boulder. (If the reviewers feel we are being too conservative or overreaching in our approach, please adjust this calculation accordingly.) This gives us 0.15*(649, ,166) = 112,899 people reached via marketing campaign. Of this amount we anticipate 1,930 people will become carshare members and are included in calculations #1 and 2 above. Therefore this leaves us with N = 110,969. So AVMTR =110,969 x x.75 x 2 x 144 x 9.5 = 1,138,542 VMT/year TOTAL VMT SAVINGS PROJECTED = 234, ,249, ,138,542 = 3,621,995 VMT Reduced per year 17. Has your organization been awarded funds in recent DRCOG TDM Pool cycles? Project name: SHIFT (Shared Hubs Integrated For FY 2012/2013 Cycle Project? Yes No Transportation) If yes, was the project completed? Yes No Are the annualized VMT reduction results reported for this project from the Result Tracking Table the best available? If no, please provide updated information: Yes No FY 2014/2015 Cycle Project? Yes No Project name: Multi modal Toolkit Do you believe your project will meet the level of VMT reduction predicted in the original application? Yes Briefly describe progress made on specific implementation tasks: * We conducted a transportation assessment survey in all target neighborhoods at the start of the project (this was done in conjunction with NECO Pass survey required by RTD). Page 7

8 FY 2016 and 2017 DRCOG TDM Pool * We distributed NECO Passes to over 400 residents in four NECO Pass contract neighborhoods. * We added 5 carshare vehicles on site, or in close proximity, to the focus area locations. * We partnered with Denver and Boulder B cycle to offer free or reduced bike share members to residents in the target neighborhoods. * We held a "Transportation Fair" at the Broadway East West housing development, which included a group bike ride to a local grocery store and school. * We participated in several transportation events held on site at the Mariposa development. * We increased our carshare membership rate among residents in the target neighborhoods. 18. Related to Task 1 in Question #6, describe the procedures for how you plan to calculate and compile actual post project results. (At a minimum, project awardees must conduct a survey, capturing pre and post travel habits of project participants to determine results.) We conduct online and/or hardcopy surveys of our members and program participants once a year, as well as immediately prior to joining. We use the survey metrics approved and used by other independent carsharing programs in North America. When members deactivate their carshare membership, an exit survey is also conducted. The results of these surveys will enable us to determine the approximate VMT and trip reduction benefits realized throughout the lifetime of this project. Copies of our "new member" and "existing member" surveys are available upon request. Page 8

9 D. PROJECT FUNDING REQUEST AND BUDGET FY 2016 and 2017 DRCOG TDM Pool Total federal request must be at least $80,000 and a maximum of $300,000. (Note: No more than $100,000 can be requested for bicycle/pedestrian travelway portion of project.) 1. Budget Overview Total A. Enter the CMAQ Federal Funds requested, for each year (tab through columns to generate automated calculations) $83,205 $28,562 $111,767 B. Required 17.21% Local Match* $17,296 $5,937 $23,233 C. Total Project Cost (federal plus required local match) $100,501 $34,499 $135,000 * How will you make your required local match? Cash, in kind, both? All of the required local match will be in the form of a cash match. What percentage of your local match is in kind? (e.g., 100%, 75%, 25%, 0%) If you plan to use any in kind, you must complete an in kind request form as part of this application. In kind forms and instructions will be provided at the applicant training. 0 % Page 9

10 E. BUDGET DETAILS FY 2016 and 2017 DRCOG TDM Pool Provide a general description and an amount of the expenses you expect to charge to this CMAQ project. NOTES: The table below is a regular Word table (not a locked form). Additional rows may be inserted, if needed. You will need to input and calculate all amounts this table does not automatically calculate. Reminder: Federal procurement rules must be followed. A. Salaries List each position, hourly rate, and total anticipated hours (over a 2 year period). Position Hrly. Rate # of Hrs. Total Amt. Sample: Administrator $ $5,000 Project Administrator $ $9,000 Outreach Staff Assistants $ $7,950 B. Media Do not list specific media outlets, but provide general descriptions, such as Fall newspaper campaign. RTD Bus Ad Campaign $16,000 Local Publication Advertising $7,000 Online Ad Campaign (including FaceBook and Google AdWords) $6,700 (For future use Do not input in this column) C. Incentives D. Equipment Specific to implement the project. E. Production Web development $2,000 Mailings/Postage $500 Print materials $3,000 Custom print tent and outreach materials $1,000 F. Consultants List any subcontractors by function rather than name. Strategic Branding Consultant $10,000 Graphic Design $5,000 G. Costs associated with physical infrastructure or vehicles Purchase/lease of 3 new ego CarShare vehicles $54,000 Vehicle registration fees $450 Reservation/vehicle access system fees $2,900 H. Other Please define. Event registration/sponsorship fees $3,000 Survey design, implementation and analysis (staff and/or consultant fees) $6,000 Survey software subscription fees $500 TOTAL (Calculate and enter amount manually should equal Row C Total in Budget Overview in Section D) $135,000 Page 10

11 F. TIMELINE FY 2016 and 2017 DRCOG TDM Pool Complete the timeline below, indicating the months applicable to each task. Your project will begin upon receipt of your contract. 1. The tasks in the timeline should correspond to those identified in Question 6 (Project Overview Details). 2. Copy each task (from Question 6) into the blank text box below the task # (see example). 3. Place an X in the applicable month(s) to each task. (place an X in the applicable month) Year 1 Year 2 (FY2015) FY2016 FY2017 (FY2018) Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Task 1 Task 1 Task 1 Calculation and Compilation of Project Results Task 2 Task 2 Task 2 Add Vehicles X X Task 3 Task 3 Task 3 Develop Brand Strategy X X X X Task 4 Task 4 Task 4 Graphic Design X X X X Task 5 Task 5 Task 5 Create Media Package X X X X Task 6 Task 6 Task 6 Implement Marketing Plan X X X X X X X X Task 7 Task 7 Task 7 Analyze and Adjust Marketing Efforts as X X X X X X X X X Appropriate Task 8 Task 8 Task 8 Continue Marketing Plan Implementation X X X X X X X Task 9 Conduct post surveys X X X X Page 11

12 ego logo = Existing ego CarShare locations in central Boulder Red star = Proposed new ego CarShare location at Boulder Junction Transit Center (Hyatt Place)

13 ego logo = Existing ego CarShare locations in central Denver Red stars = Proposed new ego CarShare locations at Alameda Station (Denizen Apartments) and 8 th & Lincoln (VIA Apartments)

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16 LEGEND ego Carshare Denver 11th Ave $1 8th Ave ^_ Logan St 6th Ave Kalamath St Santa Fe Dr 3rd Ave Broadway Lincoln St Speer Blvd Downing St!` 1st Ave Bayaud Ave Washington St Alameda Ave Cherokee St Cedar Ave $1 ^_ Virginia Ave Lipan St Grant St $1 Project Location Urban Center Area ^_ Rapid Transit (Current) $1 Rapid Transit (Future) $1 Ü Miles SOURCE DATA: Enter all data sources here, included base map information This data is intended for informational purposes only. DRCOG provides this information on an "as is" basis and makes no guarantee, representation or warranty, either express or implied, that the data will be error free. DRCOG further makes no guarantees, representations or warranties, either express or implied, as to the completeness, accuracy or correctness of the data, or as to merchantability or fitness of the data for a particular use or purpose. DRCOG is not responsible to any user for any costs, expenses, liabilities or damages arising from inconsistencies in its data or from any use of the information. Projection: State Plane Colorado Central, NAD 83 (feet) PJ 6/18/2015 \\cogshare\transportation\\tdm\tdm Program Pool\TDM Program Pool ( )\Maps\eGo Carshare\TDM_2016_2017_eGo_Denver.mxd

17 LEGEND ego Carshare Boulder I} Independence Rd Iris Ave 4th St Broadway 19th St Mapleton Ave Folsom St $1 ^_ Valmont Rd Pearl Pkwy Walnut St $1 Arapahoe Ave 6th Ave $1 30th St OÌ 55th St Baseline Ave I} Project Location Urban Center Area ^_ Rapid Transit (Current) $1 Rapid Transit (Future) $1 Ü Miles SOURCE DATA: Enter all data sources here, included base map information This data is intended for informational purposes only. DRCOG provides this information on an "as is" basis and makes no guarantee, representation or warranty, either express or implied, that the data will be error free. DRCOG further makes no guarantees, representations or warranties, either express or implied, as to the completeness, accuracy or correctness of the data, or as to merchantability or fitness of the data for a particular use or purpose. DRCOG is not responsible to any user for any costs, expenses, liabilities or damages arising from inconsistencies in its data or from any use of the information. Projection: State Plane Colorado Central, NAD 83 (feet) PJ 6/18/2015 \\cogshare\transportation\\tdm\tdm Program Pool\TDM Program Pool ( )\Maps\eGo Carshare\TDM_2016_2017_eGo_Boulder.mxd