Cheyenne Metropolitan Planning Organization
- Support economic vitality of the metropolitan area, especially by enabling global competitiveness, productivity and efficiency.
- Increase safety and security of the transportation system for motorized and non-motorized users.
- Increase accessibility and mobility options available to people for freight.
- Protect and enhance the environment, promote energy conservation, and improve quality of life.
- Enhance the integration and connectivity of the transportation system, across and between modes, for people and freight.
- Promote efficient management and operation.
- Emphasize the preservation of the existing transportation systems.
- Reed Avenue Rail Corridor Plan RFP
- Official Map for Storey Boulevard and Van Buren Avenue
- Draft Official Map for Storey Boulevard/Summit Road and Van Buren Avenue including 10% Design Plan
- Whitney Road Corridor Plan RFP
- High Plains Road Corridor Study, High Plains Road Corridor Study Appendices
- FY 2017 Unified Planning Work Program
- Cheyenne Regional Freight Mobility Plan 2016
- Roundabouts – 19th St/Converse Ave/ E Pershing Blvd – Watch this video!
Converse / Dell Range Intersection Traffic Safety Plan
& Converse Avenue 35% Design Plan
The MPO is working on an Improvement Plan for the Converse Dell Range Intersection that has experienced 264 total crashes between the years 2006-2010. The project consultants will also create a design for Converse Avenue from Dell Range to Ogden Road that will accommodate all users and extend the Greenway. This planning study began in June of 2016 and is expected to be wrapped up by spring of 2017. To find out more about this study and for future community input opportunities visit the Project Webpage.
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The MPO is working on a strategic parking plan for downtown Cheyenne. This planning study began in May of 2016 and is expected to be wrapped up by the end of the year. To find out more about this study and for future community input opportunities, visit the project webpage here