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Transportation Board

The Transportation Board advises the Fort Collins City Council on transportation issues. The Board examines issues relating to financing, the development and implementation of master plans pertaining to pedestrian, streets, transit, bicycles, automobiles, congestion, traffic signalization, and transportation facilities, the use of technology, and education of the public and private industry on transportation topics.

Current Projects

View a list of current City projects like: Prospect & Timberline, Lincoln Corridor, Shields & Drake, and many more.

Train Horn Noise Waiver

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The City of Fort Collins filed a petition for a waiver of a portion of the Train Horn Rule with the Federal Railroad Administration (FRA). On Friday, December 11 the FRA denied the petition. At the same time, in an unprecedented move, the FRA Administrator will establish a Fort Collins Working Group with the Federal Highway and Federal Transit Administration staff. The historic move will help develop solutions and recommendations for the City moving forward.

Report a Broken Traffic Signal, Damaged Traffic Signs or Other Traffic Issues

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We are dedicated to the safe and efficient flow of automobiles, pedestrians, and bicycles on the Fort Collins roadway system. To make a report Monday through Friday, 8:00AM to 5:00PM, contact Traffic Operations at 970-221-6630. After hours and weekends, contact the City of Fort Collins Police Services at the non-emergency number, 970-221-6540.

West Elizabeth Enhanced Travel Corridor (ETC) Plan

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Interested in shaping the future of West Elizabeth Street? Make your voice heard and get involved early with the West Elizabeth Enhanced Travel Corridor (ETC) planning effort, which will focus on enhancing biking, walking and transit in the area! The corridor master plan focuses on West Elizabeth Street from Overland Trail to Shields Street, with an eye towards connectivity to CSU's Foothills Campus on the west, and CSU's Main Campus (including MAX stations) on the east.