Mobility Services


  • Collect stakeholder input on the Colorado State Senate Bill 19-239, Emerging Mobility Impacts Study and develop recommendations for upcoming legislative sessions
  • Identify and launch efforts to support highly-effective transportation demand management (TDM) strategies to address congestion, including enhancing transit ridership through seamless payment integration
  • Explore ways to better serve rural populations, veterans, older Americans, ADA populations, and other underserved populations
  • Study possible tools to create a universal payment or navigation app for transit and other emerging mobility providers
  • Develop guidelines to help communities implement micromobility strategies
  • Coordinate mobility strategies for application in mobility hubs


Emerging Mobility

“Emerging mobility” is a term used to describe new services and technology that are helping people or goods move from one place to another. Examples you may already be familiar with include: micromobility (for example electric scooters and electric bike rentals) robots that deliver goods (for example Kiwibots).

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Transportation Demand Management (TDM)

TDM includes walking, bicycling, parking management, targeted transit, microtransit, micromobility, carpooling, vanpooling, teleworking, flexplace, flextime, Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS), Guaranteed Ride Home programs, and TDM-friendly site design considerations.

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Mobility Data Integration

Mobility Data Integration projects focus on the ability to gather and use data to improve mobility as a service. Projects look at data from all types of modes: transit, micromobility such as e-bikes and scooters, biking, walking, carpools, and vanpools. CDOT will use the data to improve access to other modes, reduce congestion, and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

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Contact Information

Headquarters Office
2829 W. Howard Pl.
Denver, CO 80204

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