2022 Cheyenne Transit Development Plan
Summary of Project
The Cheyenne Metropolitan Planning Organization and the City of Cheyenne’s Transit Program (CTP) are currently underway on an important project called the 2022 Transit Development Plan (TDP).
This plan is focused on how to improve CTP’s transit services within Cheyenne, including fixed route, microtransit, and ADA paratransit services. This analysis will lead to recommendations for program and service design improvements for overall system efficiency and operational effectiveness.
The final plan will reflect community needs and priorities, recognize funding limitations and identify potential new funding sources, emphasize efficient use of available resources, and incorporate new concepts for transit service delivery.
Draft Transit Development Plan is now available.
Engage the entire community, including underrepresented populations, in a renewed vision for CTP that creates new energy and enthusiasm around public transportation
Deliver near-term, short-term, and long-term recommendations with an eye towards practical, flexible, and implementable solutions
Identify what the greatest transportation needs are in the community and how they are distributed, in order to develop ways for CTP to meet them
Create a service plan that protects current ridership while identifying opportunities to attract new riders and improves the overall efficiency and cost-effectiveness of CTP
Build upon CTP’s existing successes, including with microtransit service
Detail infrastructure and capital needs
Watch the Draft Plan
Did You Watch the Draft Plan? Tell us what you think!
Now that you’ve seen the proposed changes to Cheyenne’s transit survey, we want to hear your thoughts.
You are invited to review, comment, ask questions, and stay connected! For the latest project information and to see additional opportunities to provide feedback, check for updates on our website or Facebook page to stay informed.
For questions about this project, contact Cheyenne MPO Director Tom Mason via email or by calling (307) 637-6299.