The Cheyenne MPO is currently updating its 2008 Transportation Safety Management Plan. This Plan outlines strategies to reduce crashes and injuries in the greater Cheyenne area. On October 17, 2014, the MPO hosted a Transportation Safety Summit at the David R Romero Youth Activity Center. The Summit was part of this plan update effort and the goal was to bring together a larger group of safety stakeholders in the region to talk about ongoing efforts and develop future safety strategies for the community. Over sixty attendees participated in the summit and represented various agencies and community stakeholders. The keynote speaker kicking off the event was Mayor Rick Kaysen. He emphasized the evolution of our transportation system which started with one mode and has now branched into a variety of modes. He focused on the need to maintain the safety of our extensive transportation system which now includes pedestrians, bicycles, cars, motorcycles, trains and trucks to name a few. Cheyenne Police Chief Brian Kozak and City of Fort Collins Traffic Engineer Joe Olsen also spoke of their respective experience in enhancing transportation safety. The Summit participants worked in four different groups to develop safety strategies for intersections, vulnerable users including bikes, pedestrians and motorcycles, distracted driving and general community policies. These strategies will be incorporated into the final Safety Management Plan document.
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