North Metro Corridor Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) – RTD-FasTracks Program
Project Description:  Public Involvement Lead. As part of RTD’s, voter-approved $4.7 billion FasTracks program to expand rail and bus service throughout the RTD service area over the next 12 years, the North Metro Corridor is a proposed 18-mile rail transit corridor that is anticipated to run from Denver Union Station to the vicinity of 162nd Avenue, passing through the cities of Denver, Commerce City, Thornton, Northglenn, and unincorporated Adams County. As a subconsultant to the URS Corporation, Regnier & Associates is currently leading the public involvement and community outreach efforts in compliance with the National Environmental Policy Act to identify the best way to provide a high-quality, reliable, high-capacity fixed-guideway transit service for the area while improving travel times and enhancing access to jobs, recreation and entertainment. Public outreach responsibilities included public meeting planning and logistics, Key Stakeholder Interview coordination with associated agencies and jurisdictions, comment tracking and contact database management, project website coordination, and desktop publishing and development of public outreach collateral.


Comprehensive Public Outreach, Community Involvement & Public Information Management