Transportation Capital Projects Prioritization Study

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What is the Transportation Capital Projects Prioritization Study?

Building off the success of previous analysis and prioritization studies, the City and Larimer County are kicking off the Transportation Capital Projects Prioritization Study (TCPPS). The TCPPS will analyze safety and congestion data for intersections and arterial roadways within Fort Collins and its Growth Management Area in unincorporated Larimer County. The study will ultimately provide a prioritized project list to guide the City and County as they develop a capital improvement plan and seek funding to improve the transportation network. While previous planning efforts like the Transportation Master Plan will be used as touchpoints to include multimodal improvements, the intent is not to update these documents.

Please note that this study only focuses on arterial roadways (major roadways like Drake Road, Timberline Road, etc.) and not local neighborhood streets.


Why do we want your input?

The City and County want to engage with you to make this a better project for our community! Public input is encouraged throughout the course of the study as it will help us develop the best possible prioritized lists of transportation projects and evaluation criteria.




Public Survey Instructions

The public survey is directly below. The survey is a mapping exercise for you to show us where issues related to biking, walking, driving, and taking transit exist within the City and its Growth Management Area. Scroll down to the "MAP" tab below to read more, and click on the blue "GO TO MAP" button to start the survey. The survey will be available until October 31, 2021. Thank you for your time and insight!

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The virtual open house is now live! Attend by clicking here. You will be directed back to this page once you have finished the virtual open house. The virtual open house will be live until October 31, 2021. Thank you for your participation!




What is the Transportation Capital Projects Prioritization Study?

Building off the success of previous analysis and prioritization studies, the City and Larimer County are kicking off the Transportation Capital Projects Prioritization Study (TCPPS). The TCPPS will analyze safety and congestion data for intersections and arterial roadways within Fort Collins and its Growth Management Area in unincorporated Larimer County. The study will ultimately provide a prioritized project list to guide the City and County as they develop a capital improvement plan and seek funding to improve the transportation network. While previous planning efforts like the Transportation Master Plan will be used as touchpoints to include multimodal improvements, the intent is not to update these documents.

Please note that this study only focuses on arterial roadways (major roadways like Drake Road, Timberline Road, etc.) and not local neighborhood streets.


Why do we want your input?

The City and County want to engage with you to make this a better project for our community! Public input is encouraged throughout the course of the study as it will help us develop the best possible prioritized lists of transportation projects and evaluation criteria.




Public Survey Instructions

The public survey is directly below. The survey is a mapping exercise for you to show us where issues related to biking, walking, driving, and taking transit exist within the City and its Growth Management Area. Scroll down to the "MAP" tab below to read more, and click on the blue "GO TO MAP" button to start the survey. The survey will be available until October 31, 2021. Thank you for your time and insight!

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Public Survey

7 months