Let the State know you OBJECT to a proposed rule allowing the government to limit and micromanage how you drive to work
- The Division will be hosting two virtual listening session on the upcoming Greenhouse Gas Reduction Transportation strategies on March 18th from 6:00pm - 8:00pm (REGISTRATION) (presentation)
Participants will be able to participate in either English or Spanish (ver formulario de registro en español a continuación).
- The Employee Traffic Reduction Program is currently being explored as a greenhouse gas reduction strategy by the Division for employers in Colorado with 100 or more employees. The is holding listening session to hear input from employers on possible strategies. NOTE: all listening sessions will provide the same overview information. If you would like to participate in a listening session, please register here: REGISTRATION
Online Submission of your written comments may be submitted here: GHG Transportation Comment Form
Or mailed to:
℅ Lauren McDonell
Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment
Air Pollution Control Division
4300 Cherry Creek Drive South
Denver, CO 80246
Protecting the rights and interests of Colorado's motorists, commuters, travelers and vehicle dependent small businesses.
Your Roads. Your Rides. Your Rights.
The Freedom to Drive Coalition serves as an umbrella to unite individuals, businesses, and organizations from all corners of Colorado as they advocate for motorists, commuters, recreationalists, and Colorado families.
The Freedom to Drive stands for the defense of all citizens’ liberty to travel Colorado’s terrain in the vehicle of their choice, free from governmental mandates and legislative efforts to push cars off the road in favor of pedestrians or forced public transit, on properly preserved and maintained roads.
Some of the Coalition’s efforts include:
1) Preserving drivers’ ability to choose their own vehicle and combatting the blind adoption of California’s evolving clean air standards;
2) Protecting municipal travel lanes and thoroughfares against the attack of municipal “traffic calming measures”, which divest lanes of traffic for lanes dedicated to bicycles, scooters, and city buses;
3) Combatting the rapid disappearance of parking spaces and the substitution of space maximums for parking space minimums on new construction projects;
4) Fighting for adequate transportation funding from state and federal funds, opposing regulatory efforts to complicate federally-funded projects;
5) Fighting punitive taxation and variable tolling of traditional motor vehicles as a means to increase the presence of state-favored electric vehicles; and
6) Contesting any other measure that restricts a motorist’s ability to travel the state at the time and in the manner that they deem necessary for their personal or professional lives.
The Freedom to Drive Coalition supports consumers right to choose the vehicles that are best for them and opposed efforts that cede regulatory authority to an out of state commission with no accountability to Colorado.
If you support the Freedom to Drive and would like to help us protect it for generations to come, please sign up below!