The North Area Transportation Alliance (NATA) is a partnership of public and private entities in the North I-25 Corridor working to identify, develop, advocate and lobby for transportation solutions that will enhance mobility, drive economic development and reduce traffic congestion in the north metro area.
NATA-TMO Executive Director Information
Through the efforts of NATA members, a two-year grant was obtained from the Denver Regional Council of Governments (DRCOG) to establish the North Area Transportation Management Organization, now branded as "Smart Commute Metro North." The purpose of this organization is to reduce congestion and improve air quality in the north area through a set of strategies that encourage the use of alternative modes of transportation.
Karen Stuart, the Executive Director of the NATA Transportation Management Organization, can be reached at:
14583 Orchard Parkway, Suite 300
Westminster, CO 80234
The North Area Transportation Alliance serves member communities generally located south of the Boulder/Larimer County line extended, along the US 85/SH2 corridor, north of I-70, and east of Highway 287. The geographic area may be expanded to include other major transportation connections that are key to carrying out NATA's mission. See Geographic Area Map.
The philosophy of membership is one of inclusion – local governments, economic development organizations, business organizations, educational and other non-profit organizations within the North Metro and northern Front Range areas interested in supporting transportation issues along the North I-25 Corridor and within the NATA geographic area. Private sector, economic development and non-profit members will be recruited with the assistance of the locally elected members of NATA. For more on founding members, voting members, steering committee, Click Here.