Cheyenne Area Transportation Master Plan
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.
What’s Connect 2045?
Connect 2045 identifies transportation investments necessary for Cheyenne / Laramie County to thrive for the next 25 years. Now that those investments have been prioritized and compared to the forecasted local, state and national revenues, we’ve developed a fiscally constrained projects list… and we want your feedback!
Submit Your Comments on the Recommendations
Let us know what you think of the Recommendation Development Report. Do you see anything you think needs to be changed? What are you glad to see included in the plan? (Recommendations will be taken through August 18, 2020)
About Connect 2045
Last updated in 2014, PlanCheyenne is ready to evolve again! Connect 2045 is the Cheyenne area’s new Long Range Transportation Plan (LRTP) for all modes of travel, including car, bike, pedestrian, transit, and freight. This plan is designed to:
Understand our region’s existing and future transportation needs and identify viable solutions
Capture our community’s desires for the region’s transportation system
Prioritize strategies to meet the anticipated transportation needs
After adoption, Connect 2045 will define the region’s transportation strategy for the next five to 25 years—which is why it’s important for us to collect feedback from community members like you now!
Connect 2045 resources
Looking for information from past open houses and presentations? You’ll find it all here!
Data and trends from the Community Workshop presentation
- Demographics and Growth Trends
- Commute Trends, Roadway Data and Trends
- Existing Bicycle and Pedestrian Infrastructure
Community Workshop presentation
- About Connect 2045
- Project Updates/Coordination
- Project Plan and Policy Review
- Next Steps
Adopted by the City of Cheyenne in 2006, PlanCheyenne is an award-winning, community-driven plan that charts the Cheyenne area’s course for the future.
Created with the extensive involvement of citizens, city and county officials, and planners, PlanCheyenne represents Cheyenne’s approach to growing as a “community of choice” and contains three major components:
To see a detailed executive summary of PlanCheyenne and learn more about each component above, click here.
PlanCheyenne: Reflections and Progress 2014 was the first major update to the 2006 PlanCheyenne. Click the links below to view the updates (City and County) versions to each plan.