Boulder Transit Village Area Plan Approved

lightrail.jpgOn September 18th 2007 the Boulder Transit Village Area Plan was approved by the Boulder City Council. Expectations, according to the plan, are for the 160 acre area surrounding the 11 acre transit village site to include between 1400 and 2400 new housing units and the plan envisions adding between 2800 to 4000 new jobs.

The surrounding area will be rezoned to encourage mixed use including housing, commercial and retail and it’s expected to take up to 30 years to become fully developed.

The rezoning, redevelopment and planning is in direct response to RTD’s FasTracks plan which includes plans for commuter rail and bus facilitated rapid transit to the area to and from the U.S. 36 Corridor (frequently called the Boulder Turnpike by locals).

Expectations are that the plan will evolve in response to market forces combined with community level involvement over the next three decades.

Metro Denver voters passed the FasTracks Mass Transit Plan in late 2004. The FasTracks plan is a 12 year plan that involves the entire metro Denver light rail system.

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