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About Us

When you look at a roadblock and actually see a route.

Smart Commute is a people-powered transportation management organization. We’re not afraid to go off the beaten path if it will bring more of our community into the mobility conversation. Becoming a real benefit to your workforce, we work with employers to provide employees with a wide array of transportation options. We educate our lawmakers and advocate for the infrastructure necessary to make our initiatives possible. We work to make commuting differently accessible to everyone.
When we challenge ourselves to think beyond the single-car driver, we begin to see our community and our world differently. We see new ways of getting from here to there. This idea of charting new maps and introducing people to new modes goes beyond transportation. It’s a way of life.

Our mission on the move.

Our mission is to inform and serve local communities and businesses by advocating for better transportation options and enhanced mobility for the north metro region.

Serving a wide radius.

Smart Commute provides information about transportation projects, offers education and programming for mobility options, and promotes public transit and ride-sharing to those living within the service area of Adams County, Brighton, Broomfield, Commerce City, Dacono, Erie, Federal Heights, Firestone, Frederick, Longmont, Northglenn, Thornton, and Westminster.

Whether you’re a business, organization or an individual, we invite Denver’s north metro region to join us as members. With forward-thinking we can move our region into a smarter, more sustainable future.

What We Do


You want to commute sustainably, but you need help knowing where to start - literally. Allow us to be your source of information on the what, how and why of mobility options.


Getting around with a lighter footprint actually makes a big impact. We are committed to helping you take action to make smart and sustainable transportation a way of life.


Garnering support for sustainable transportation infrastructure is a crucial piece of the movement. Without advocacy we can’t get you anywhere.

Our Board

Jessica Sandgren
City of Thornton
Wady Burgos

Vice Chair
City of Westminster

Nathan Batchelder

CRL and Associates

Jonathan Bridgers


Lisa Hough

Adams County Regional Economic Partnership

Our Staff

Carson Priest

Executive Director

Catherine Sanders

Deputy Executive Director

Tammy Herein

Director of Marketing & Communications

Jeanne Shreve

Mobility Program Manager

Danielle Ranum

TDM Program Manager

Our Title VI Policy

The Rights of the Public Under Title VI

Smart Commute Metro North Transportation Management Organization (TMO) operates its programs and services without regard to race, color, national origin, or any other characteristic protected by law including Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. If you believe you have been subject to discrimination, you may file a written complaint no later than 180 calendar days after the date of the alleged discrimination with the TMO.

For more information on Title VI and the complaint procedures, or if you would like information in a language other than English or Spanish, contact (720) 263.0106.

A complainant may file a complaint directly with the Federal Transit Administration by filing a complaint with the Office of Civil Rights, Attention: Title VI Program Coordinator, East Building, 5th Floor-TCP 1200 New Jersey Ave., SE, Washington D.C. 20590

Derechos del Publico Bajo el Titulo VI

Smart Commute Metro North Transportation Management Organization (TMO) opera sus programas y servicios sin tener en cuenta la raza, el color, el origen nacional o cualquier otra característica protegida por la ley, incluido el Título VI de la Ley de Derechos Civiles de 1964. Si cree que ha sido objeto de discriminación, puede presentar una queja por escrito a más tardar 180 días calendario después de la fecha de la supuesta discriminación ante la TMO.

Para obtener más información sobre el Título VI y los procedimientos de reclamación, o si desea información en un idioma distinto del inglés o español, póngase en contacto con el (720) 263.0106.

Un reclamante puede presentar una queja directamente ante la Administración Federal de Tránsito llenando una queja ante la Oficina de Derechos Civiles, Atención: Coordinador del Programa Título VI, East Building, 5th Floor-TCP 1200 New Jersey Ave., SE, Washington D.C. 20590