2024 Transportation Projects Fair#
Save the Date!
The 2024 Transportation Projects Fair is scheduled for Thursday, Feb. 22, 2024 from 4:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at the Northside Aztlan Community Center. This website will be updated as we get more details.
2023 Transportation Projects Fair#
The fair was held on Thursday, February 23, from 5:30-7:30 p.m. at the Fort Collins Senior Center, 1200 Raintree Dr.
The open house-style event allowed members of the public browse a variety of short and long term projects planned throughout the city and talk to city staff and regional partners. Refreshments were served and an interpreter was available.
Virtual Open House 2023#
Check out the transportation projects featured at the 2023 fair below. If you would like for someone to contact you about the topics, you can fill out the form at the bottom of the page.
Transfort Fleet Electrification
Transfort has set a goal to convert the transit fleet to 100% Zero Emission Vehicles by 2040 and has been working with a consultant to create a detailed implementation plan. Currently, Transfort has two battery electric buses in service with nine more planned for delivery over the next two years. Check out the 2023 event poster here.
West Elizabeth Corridor Project
The City of Fort Collins, Transfort, and Colorado State University are kicking off a preliminary design project for Bus Rapid Transit service along the West Elizabeth Street corridor. See the event poster here.
Future of Transit
Learn about the City of Fort Collins' vision for the future of Transit. See the event poster here.
What is "Vision Zero"? By 2032, no one dies or suffers a serious injury while traveling in Fort Collins. In 2021,there were 321 severe crashes including 11 deaths in Fort Collins. See the event poster here.
SRTS Intersection Project
Active Modes Plan
The Active Modes Plan combines and updates the City’s 2011 Pedestrian Plan and 2014 Bicycle Plan as well as incorporating micromobility devices such as scooters and skateboards. The plan identifies key opportunities to significantly improve and expand the City’s existing active modes networks, support facilities, policies, and programs. See the event poster here.
Shift Your Ride Travel Options
FC Moves is developing a travel demand management (TDM) program branded as Shift Your Ride Travel Options. A TDM program employs a suite of strategies to help people SHIFT to travel modes with lower environmental impacts while also improving mobility and access. The TDM Plan development is a one-year process from fall 2022 – fall 2023, with program launch in fall 2023. See the event poster here.
What do you like best about Spin? What do you want changed about Spin? Text 970-387-2799 or email email@example.com to reach the local Fort Collins Spin team. See the event poster here.
EV Readiness Roadmap
The City of Fort Collins developed an Electric Vehicle (EV) Readiness Roadmap to support current and future EV adoption in our community. See the event poster here.
Colorado Safety Stop
Learn about our decision framework for the Colorado Safety Stop. See the event poster here.
Street Maintenance Program
Every street has a life cycle, which presents opportunities to reimagine existing corridors and street design as they are systematically improved. Learn about which streets are due for maintenance in the coming years, and what that may mean for multimodal design. See a map of the 2023 projects here. See a map of the 2024 projects here.
Traffic Operations Projects
Learn about upcoming signal upgrades and additions, and learn about neighborhood traffic mitigation projects. See the events poster here.
The City of Fort Collins strives to provide a safe, efficient, and reliable transportation system for people using all modes of travel. Safety for roadway users is a top priority. See the event poster here.
Regional Transportation Plan
The 2050 Regional Transportation Plan is the long-range transportation vision for the Fort Collins, Loveland, and Greeley urbanized areas.
- What projects should be prioritized?
- How do we keep up with expected growth in population
- How do we address and meet air quality and greenhouse
gas emissions reductions?
See the event poster here.