The Town is committed to providing opportunities for alternative transportation to reduce the number of gasoline powered cars on the road and to improve congestion.
The Breckenridge Town Council adopted the "EV Readiness Plan" May 11, 2021. This plan provides guidance for local communities and businesses on how to electrify transportation and mobility.
The Green Commutes program's goal is reduce the number of cars causing congestion around town. Employees earn points and prizes based on alt commuters trips.
There are four locations (22 ports) to charge your electric vehicle in Breckenridge. All units are ChargePoint and require a small fee for energy use.
The Breckenridge FreeRide saw over 1.1M riders in 2018. With over 12 convenient routes, there's no reason not to hop on the FreeRide for trips around town.
The Town uses a system called red flag days to let employees and residents know when heavy traffic is expected. Help become part of the solution by planning alternatives to your commute in advance.
January: 1-4; 10-11; 18-20; 25-26
February: 1; 8-9; 14-16; 21-22; 29
RED FLAG DAYS
Red flag days are known days when traffic is expected to be heavy in town. This can be complicated by winter weather, causing large back ups. Plan ahead this winter and consider leaving early when snow is predicted.