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The Downtown Denver Transportation Management Association (TMA), managed by the Downtown Denver Partnership, can assist Downtown Denver employers and employees with navigating the variety of available transportation options, passes, and programs.
We provide the following services:
- Individual Company Commuter Survey Reports
- Transportation Benefits Consultation
- On-site Transportation Fairs and Presentations
- Commute Trip Planning for new and current employees
- Transit Pass Purchasing Assistance
To learn more about Transportation Management Associations (TMAs) visit CDOT’s website.
Bike to Work Day
Every June, the Downtown Denver Partnership hosts a station for the Denver metro area Bike to Work Day, organized by DRCOG. Our signature breakfast station, Pedal for Pancakes, has an average of 600-800 attendees that come to enjoy a free hot breakfast of pancakes, sausage, and coffee and celebrate biking with other commuters in the heart of Downtown Denver in Skyline Park. A live DJ, activities and prizes, and information about biking and other health and wellness programs make Pedal for Pancakes a must-see stop on Bike to Work Day!Learn More and Register
The Downtown Denver Partnership releases multiple reports related to mobility throughout the year. See below for analyses on the communting habits of those in our center city, as well as explore options for how to move around downtown.
The downtown mobility system continues to support its workforce traveling to and through the city, and year after year more commuters are choosing to walk, ride a bike, and use transit than to drive alone. The results presented in the annual Downtown Denver Commuter Survey confirm that a strong commitment to providing increased access to multiple transport options reinforces our ability to move more people safely, affordably, and sustainably in our center city.Downtown Denver Commuter Survey Report
Denver Moves: Downtown is a planning effort led by the City and County of Denver that is re-envisioning the city’s downtown transportation system. It builds off years of study and analysis to create a roadmap for implementing tangible near-term improvements that the hundreds of thousands of people who live, work, study, visit, and play in Downtown Denver will experience in the coming years, while also identifying a long-term vision for the future of mobility in the center city.
I-25 South Gap Project
The Colorado Department of Transportation is improving 18 miles of Interstate 25 between Monument and Castle Rock, known as The Gap. It is the only four-lane section of I-25, between Colorado’s two largest cities—Denver and Colorado Springs. Find out more about the project and discover commuting alternatives through I-25 MyWay.I-25 MyWay Commuting Alternatives