About the Cheyenne MPO
At Cheyenne’s Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO), we’re responsible for developing transportation policies and coordinating the various federal, state, and local agencies involved in long-range transportation planning and project development. We’re also involved with all aspects of growth, development and quality-of life improvements for the Cheyenne area.
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West Crow Creek Greenway Plan Request for Proposal
We’re are requesting professional services to design 35% plans for Greenway construction along the West Crow Creek section from Martin Luther King Jr. Park to Freedom Elementary School. Review the RFP, View the RFP Addendum
2022 Crash Report
We hate that we have to have these reports, it’s a part of Transporation planning though. Please drive safe! View the 2022 Crash Report or 10 Year Total Crashes Cheyenne Area Interactive Map
2024 – 2027 TIP
Review the Transportation Improvement Program which is the next 4 years of Transportation Projects that are planned for the Cheyenne Urban area to be done by City of Cheyenne, Cheyenne Transit, Laramie County and WyDOT. Visit the home page
June 1, 2023
Van Buren Ave Corridor Study Public Meeting
June 21, 2023
Southwest Drive Corridor Study Public Open House
Our latest plans and projects
Current Plans and Programs
Come see what’s in the works around the Cheyenne area! On each page, you can learn more about the project/plan and its history, as well as take a look at presentation materials from open houses and public meetings.
Meet Connect 2045: The Cheyenne area’s new Long Range Transportation Plan (LRTP) for all modes of travel, including car, bike, pedestrian, transit, and freight.
Safe Streets Cheyenne
Curious about the right way to use the Pershing roundabout? Want to “brake” your speeding habit in just 3 weeks? How about brushing up on ways to stay safe as a cyclist? You’ll find wonderful, informative resources for all three topics at Safe Streets Cheyenne!
How to get involved
Be part of shaping the future of transportation in the Cheyenne area! We invite you to join our Citizens Advisory Committee, attend public workshops and open houses, and share your thoughts in online project surveys. We post our latest news and updates on Facebook, so be sure to follow us there if you aren’t already.