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Mayor's Multi-Modal Advisory Committee

This summer, Mayor Hancock released Denver’s 2030 Mobility Action Plan, a set of strategic actions aimed at significantly improving multi-modal options for the city’s residents and visitors. To help implement the plan, Mayor Hancock also pledged to create a Multi-Modal Advisory Committee. 

The committee will offer important input on policies, programs, projects, priorities, financing and community engagement. It will be composed of no more than 20 members drawn from various interests, perspectives, and stakeholder groups, including bicycle riders, pedestrians, transit riders, vehicle drivers, people with disabilities and other mobility-system users. One of the committee’s goals will be to ensure that people ages 8 to 80 can safely use our mobility system and that it supports quality of life and economic vibrancy.


We are pleased to announce that we are now accepting applications for the MMAC committee. 

Read the committee information document (PDF) for qualification requirements and other details.

Applications are due October 27, 2017.

Or submit your resume by email to

Contact Information

For general committee inquiries, contact Denver Public Works Transportation & Mobility.