This summer, the City of Fort Collins Transportation Planning is tackling four very different projects involving Jefferson Street, the Bike Library, local trails and capital improvements. Join us on Wednesday, May 30, 2012, from 4-7 PM in the Community Room in the City offices at 215 North Mason Street to discuss, share and review all of these projects conveniently at one time.
Jefferson Street Alternatives Analysis Study
Come comment on the latest recommendations of the draft study which currently include changing Jefferson Street to three lanes with a raised, landscaped median and on-street parking, in addition to pedestrian streetscape and urban design improvements. In response to concerns from the community and partnering agencies regarding the intersection at Jefferson Street and Mountain Avenue, the study currently recommends a signalized intersection instead of a roundabout. The is a joint study conducted by the City, the Downtown Development Authority, and the Colorado Department of Transportation. For more info, fcgov.com/riverdistrict
Bike Library Alternatives Analysis
The funding for the popular Fort Collins Bike Library is ending this December, so the City developing a long-term sustainable solution for bicycle sharing. The proposed recommendation is to transition to an automated, bike sharing system. Come find out more and provide input on how bicycle sharing can grow. For more info, fcgov.com/bikelibrary
Transportation Capital Improvement Plan 2012 Update
The Transportation Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) presents a list of transportation projects that are needed to achieve the vision of the Transportation Master Plan (TMP). The projects represent all modes of transportation and range from projects that address existing basic deficiencies to those necessary in the future to achieve the high standards of a world class city. The Transportation CIP is being updated this year based on the near term changes and updates laid out in the TMP. Highlights include revised project lists with notable updates to intersections and transit projects, as well as integration into the new City-wide Capital Improvement Plan. Come see how the Transportation CIP has evolved and provide input on this year’s refinements and updates.
Trails Master Plan
Come and learn about how the City is improving the off-street trail system and we're planning future trails. Share your thoughts and ideas to help us create a world class trail system. This is a collaborative effort between City Park Planning, Transportation Planning, and Natural Areas. For more info, fcgov.com/parkplanning
To learn more about the City's efforts in transportation planning, visit fcgov.com/transportationplanning
or call 970-224-6058.