Join Us for a Panel Discussion about the Future of Transit

FUTURE OF TRANSIT: Panel Discussion

The City Plan scenarios include the potential for varying levels of expansion of our transit system, including bus rapid transit (BRT) and high frequency lines. Trends indicate that new technologies will likely result in new types of service not yet prevalent in the industry. Before finalizing a preferred scenario, the City Plan invites you to join us for an exploration of the ways these new technologies could impact transit provision in the future.

The panel will include experts discussing future trends in transit and mobility, with an introduction from Mayor Wade Troxell and time for Q&A from the audience. Topics include on-demand service, shared mobility innovations, autonomous vehicles, and expansion of and funding options for transit service in Fort Collins. Click to RSVP.


November 28, 2018 | 6-8pm
Lincoln Center, Columbine Room | 417 W. Magnolia Street | map

Appetizers will be provided. Childcare and interpretation are available - please RSVP at least one week in advance to help us provide the right resources!


Ann Bowers, PE/PTOE - Moderator - Fehr & Peers (transportation planning firm)
Chris Breiland, PE - Fehr & Peers
Geoff Slater - Nelson/Nygaard (transportation planning firm)
Mark Shearer - Chariot (micro-transit provider)
Lauren Issac - EasyMile (autonomous transit provider)
TBD – (carshare provider)

Questions and additional information: Contact Seth Lorson ( or 970.416.4320) or email us anytime at

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