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Boulder Transportation Connections, the city’s local nonprofit transportation-management organization, was merged into the Boulder Chamber effective April 1.

“After years of collaborative work together, the Boulder Chamber and BTC determined that having our organizations team up in an even closer partnership would help us more effectively implement the vision of a sustainable transportation system, promote diverse mobility options for the local workforce and residents, and support the region’s economic vitality,” Boulder Chamber CEO John Tayer said in a statement.

“We look forward to having the expertise and knowledge of the BTC staff fully integrated with the Boulder Chamber team and working with our other local and regional stakeholders to accelerate Boulder’s advancement toward a more technologically advanced, convenient and environmentally sensitive transportation system.”

In addition to BTC, the chamber partners with a host of groups on transportation infrastructure improvements such as the Regional Transportation District, the Colorado Department of Transportation, the Denver Regional Council of Governments, and local city and county governments.

“Joining in this enhanced partnership with the Boulder Chamber provides the opportunity for increased exposure to the business community, which is critical to supporting the local workforce in meeting their transportation needs,” Karen Worminghaus, former BTC board chairwoman, said in a statement. “Together, BTC and the Boulder Chamber also look to achieve their common interest in the equitable delivery of mobility services across the full diversity of Boulder’s businesses, workforce and residents.”

The Boulder Chamber’s other internal division include the Boulder Economic Council and the Boulder Chamber Foundation.

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