East Pershing Boulevard Corridor Study
Summary of Project
This study extends from the Intersection of US-30 to Christensen Road along East Pershing Boulevard, as highlighted on the map.
To see our initial study findings, learn about proposed changes to the area, and provide input on future plans for the corridor, click here.
Increased residential and industrial development within the immediate vicinity, as well as the recent extension of Christensen Road from US 30 to the Campstool Road Interchange, has directly impacted how those in the community use the East Pershing Boulevard corridor.
Based on these changes, it’s time to provide a new vision for the future of the corridor that meets our community’s needs!
This project will undertake a comprehensive review of the current and future traffic demands, as well as the needs of non-motorized users along the corridor.
The final goal of this project is to develop a conceptual design for the future of East Pershing Boulevard that meets the needs and desires of the community.
There is currently no estimated timeline for the final design and implementation of the outcomes of this plan.
Outreach and Engagement
October 2021 to November 2021: Phase I Virtual Public Feedback
January 2022 to February 2022: Phase II Virtual Public Feedback
February 2022: Phase II In-Person Public Meeting
2nd Public Open House is March 24, 5:30 – 7:00
We’re setting things up and you’re not going to want to miss this! We’ll be at Baggs Elementary School…We look forward to seeing you there!
Give us your feedback!
Have comments on the East Pershing Boulevard Corridor Study? Let us know your thoughts! Submissions will be reviewed by our Planning Committee and used to help develop the plan.
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.