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US 36 Tolls: What to Know

July 29th, 2015

As I’m sure many of you readers have noticed, US 36 has recently added toll lanes onto the highway. This article is to inform you about the new toll lanes, how to use them, and why they exist. The new express tolls lanes are part of ongoing projects which CDOT has been working on openly for a decade. Only the express lane will be tolled, all the other general-purpose lanes will be refinished and remain free to all users. The express lanes are intended for carpool vehicles, Rapid Transit busses and tolled vehicles. If you intend to use an express lane, the fees and billing are handled by... Read More

Check Out Boulder Canyon’s New Color Pallette

October 8th, 2014

For anyone who’s been sitting under a rock, the Colorado greenery is slowly turning into reds and oranges and yellows. It’s a prime time to explore the outdoors, and with the weather being so temperate, there couldn’t be a better time to hike a few more trails before it gets too chilly. I biked up Boulder Canyon last weekend, and the beautiful colored trees made it a real treat. The Boulder Canyon trail can be accessed by traveling west on the Boulder Creek path. It goes along the highway for a short period, but then it starts following alongside a beautiful river. In fact,... Read More

Pay it Forward Friday: Due to the Overwhelming Response, the Free Annual B-Cycle Pass is BACK!

June 27th, 2014

Summer is officially in full swing. We’ve gotten an obscene amount of rain, and now the grass is greener than ever!  You could choose to take a walk or drive your car around, but if you opt with biking, it’s fast and fuel efficient! We love to be fast and fuel efficient at About Boulder, and because we got such an overwhelmingly great response last time, we’re going to give away another annual B-Cycle pass to one lucky winner on today’s pay-it-forward-Friday! There are ten B-Cycles scattered throughout Boulder with the AboutBoulder.com logo on them. Your mission,... Read More