Road to Zero Project Manager

In 2016, The National Safety Council, in partnership with the Federal Highway Administration, Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration, and National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, announced the Road to Zero initiative with the purpose to eliminate roadway fatalities by 2050. This spring, Bicycle Colorado was named one of eight recipients of the competitive, national Road to Zero Innovation Grants. The grant will allow us to increase our Bicycle-Friendly Driver and Confident Bike Commuting programming in 26 jurisdictions across the state, with the goal of making our streets safer for bicyclists and all road users. Please see more information here about our scope of work through this grant.

As the Road to Zero Project Manager, you will have the opportunity to work directly with communities through driver and bicyclist education certification programs to increase awareness about sharing the road and safety for all road users. The position will require frequent travel around the state, although mostly in the Denver metro area, for meetings and implementation of programming.

Position open until filled.


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