Downtown Boulder Maps

Use the maps below and to the right to help you navigate around or click here for driving directions, or scroll down for other transportation options to Downtown.

Click here to view 2013 - 2015 Capital Improvement Projects in and around downtown. 

Download a PDF of our Directory Map pictured below
(business listings on the other side).


 

 

Transit

Downtown Boulder is extremely accessible by Local, Regional, and Express transit routes operated by the Regional Transportation District (RTD).  Local busses serve most Park-n-Ride locations, so consider taking a bus from your neighborhood to the Park-n-Ride and connect to any place in the Boulder and Denver area by transit. 

Complete your trip to the Downtown Boulder by walking or bicycling from the Boulder Transit Center at 14th and Walnut, just east of Pearl Street. 

Connecting Bus Routes:

204       (Lee Hill Road/Table Mesa)
205      (28th Street/Gunbarrel)
206       (Pearl/Eisenhower)
208       (Iris/Valmont)
225       (Boulder/Lafayette via Baseline)
AB        (SkyRide to Denver International Airport)
BV        (Boulder/Denver)
GS       (Golden/Boulder)
N          (Nederland/Boulder)
Y          (Lyons/Boulder)
BOLT    (Boulder/Longmont)
DASH   (Boulder/Lafayette via Louisville)
JUMP   (Boulder/Lafayette via Arapahoe)
HOP     (Boulder Circulator)

There are other transit routes operating in the Downtown Boulder area that do not directly connect to the Boulder Transit Center, including:

SKIP     (Broadway)
Late Night Transit Service (Downtown/CU Boulder campus)

For complete information of all transit service in Boulder and Downtown Boulder, visit the Go Boulder website.

Use the RTD Trip Planner to plan your door-to-door transit trip, and view How to Ride to answer any questions about riding the bus or paying your fare. 

Bicycling

Boulder offers a well-connected and highly accessible on-road and off-road bicycle network.  In the downtown, bike lanes are on portions of many Downtown Boulder streets, including Pine Street, Walnut Street, 9th Street, 13th Street, 17th Street and 20th Street.  Use the online interactive BikeLinks 36 map to find a bicycle route to Downtown Boulder from your neighborhood.  Use the Go Boulder Bicycle and Pedestrian Map to find a bike route in Boulder, or plan your route using Go Bike Boulder, which gives on- or off-road bicycle directions to destinations within Boulder.

You can also combine your bicycle trip with a transit trip to get to Downtown Boulder.  The RTD Bike-n-Ride program makes it easy to combine transit and bicycling. 

Boulder B-Cycle also offers a great way to ride around the downtown without having to bring your own bike along.  With a Day Pass, visitors can ride Boulder B-Cycles from one docking station to another, providing 60-minute checkout for free.  Downtown employees can also purchase Memberships for convenient access to B-Cycles!  There are B-Cycle stations at 11th Street and Pearl Street, 15th and Pearl, 13th and Spruce, and at the Boulder Transit Center!

Carpooling

With so many people coming to Downtown Boulder, it is easy to find someone to share a ride with.  The 36 Commuting Solutions Carpool Network allows commuters and visitors to search for a carpool partner for a one-time or reoccurring trip.  Or use the new iPhone app to connect with others within minutes or find a carpool partner ahead of time for planned trips.

Multi Modal transit tips listed above courtesy of 36 Commuting Solutions:

36 Commuting Solutions is a nonprofit organization dedicated to enhancing mobility for commuters along the U.S. 36 corridor.  Visit 36commutingsolutions.org or call 303.604.4383 for tools, resources and incentives to use sustainable commute options.  If you are interested in trying transit for the first time, email catherine@36commutingsolutions.org for free one-way ride coupons.

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