The 2019 legislative session in Colorado convenes on Friday, January 4. The session is limited to 120 days and adjourns May 4. We anticipate this year’s legislative session to be a full one, and we’ll focus our efforts on making streets safer for all road users. We’ll fight for bills that are good for bicyclists, and against those that aren’t.
We’ll update this page regularly with information about the 2019 legislative session, so check back. And if you want to get involved now, be sure to visit the Bicycle Colorado Action Center and save the date for Safe Streets Day at the Capitol, Tuesday, February 26, 2019.
Together, with a unified voice, we can make a difference and continue to make Colorado the best place to ride a bike!
Pete Lee, chair, district 11; El Paso county
Julie Gonzales, vice chair, district 34; Denver county
John Cooke, district 13; Weld county
Bob Gardner, district 12; El Paso county
Robert Rodriguez, district 32; Denver county
Bicycle Colorado is proud to have worked directly on the drafting of this bill alongside Senator Mike Foote and Representative Dylan Roberts.
Matt Gray, chair, district 33; Boulder and Broomfield counties
Tony Exum, Sr., vice chair, district 17; El Paso county
Perry Buck, district 49; Larimer and Weld counties
Terri Carver, district 20; El Paso county
Meg Froelich, district 3; Arapahoe county
Rochelle Galindo, district 50; Weld county
Edie Hooton, district 10; Boulder county
Stephen Humphrey, district 48; Weld county
Kimmi Lewis, district 64; Baca, Bent, Crowley, Elbert, Kiowa, Las Animas, Lincoln, Prowers and Washington counties
Alex Valdez, district 5; Denver county
Donald Valdez, district 62; Alamosa, Conejos, Costilla, Huerfano, Mineral, Pueblo, Rio Grande and Saguache counties