Providing multiple, varied forms of transportation for Wheat Ridge residents and its visitors provides a host of social, environmental and economic benefits, including:
Improved transportation access for residents who don't drive.
Improved public health through increased physical activity options.
Increased local business access by improving connectivity for all residents.
and reduced air pollution (GHG, ozone and particulate emissions) by reducing single occupancy vehicle trips.
Wheat Ridge has an engaging and active bike and pedestrian master plan. Read about it and get involved here.
The city in partnership with Localworks and ATATs (Active Transportation Advisory Team) is working on a proposal to build walk wheel paths along 38th between Kipling and Youngfield. Find out more about their mission here.
Ways you can participate
Ride your bike: Map My Ride from Under Armour is a great way to track your path and your progress.
Walk instead of drive.
Go places with friends and neighbors by carpooling.