2020 Transportation Projects Fair
Transportation Projects Fair
Join us for our 2020 Transportation Projects Fair!
- February 27, 2020.
- 5:30-7:30 p.m.
- Lincoln Center Magnolia Room
- 417 W. Magnolia St.
Can't make it in person? You can participate in our Virtual Open House, below.
Prior to the Transportation Projects Fair on Feb. 27, we'll upload the same information you'll find at the Fair to our Virtual Open House. For now, you're welcome to explore general content below.
Virtual Open House
If you can't attend the Transportation Projects Fair on Feb. 27 in person, you can still participate in our Virtual Open House.
Check out the transportation projects featured at the Fair below, and complete our feedback form for select projects located at the bottom of the page until March 30, 2020.
What You can Expect to Learn
At our Transportation Projects Fair, we'll provide participants with information about many transportation-related projects coming up in and around Fort Collins in 2020. Here's a preview of what you'll expect to learn:
- Long range planning projects.
- Multimodal infrastructure projects and programs.
- Capital projects.
- Education and data.
- Regional planning.
Below, you'll find more information on each project featured at the Projects Fair.
Learn about the County's Multimodal Index, a collaborative project that assessed access to multimodal transportation networks in Fort Collins and Loveland. Learn more about how the Index can be used by practitioners, professionals, and the public.
North Front Range MPO
The North Front Range Metropolitan Planning Organization (NFRMPO) plan regional transportation projects and regional project management. Learn more about what NFRMPO has planned for 2020 and beyond.
I-25 & Prospect Interchange
I-25 is undergoing major changes, coordinated by the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT). Learn more about the I-25 project timeline, including what has been completed, what is in store for the region, and next major phases of the project.
Transit Master Plan
Learn about the City of Fort Collins' recent City Plan update, which includes the Transit Master Plan and Fort Collins' vision for the future of transit.
Transportation Master Plan
As part of the City of Fort Collins' City Plan update, the Transportation Master Plan is Fort Collins' vision for transportation in the city, including multimodal considerations, land use, and more.
Safety & Crash Data
Serious crashes in Fort Collins, regardless of mode, are on the decline. Learn more about this data and how it informs infrastructure design and transportation planning.
Bicycle & Pedestrian Counts
Each September, Fort Collins joins communities across the nation in counting bicyclists and pedestrians. This data helps plan for multimodal corridors and projects. Learn more about how Fort Collins uses this data.
City staff organize education with the help of volunteers and other stakeholders. Learn more about Safe Routes to School (youth transportation education) and adult transportation education initiatives.
Transit is a major component to helping Fort Collins achieve climate action goals. Learn more about how transit is evolving.
Learn more about how bike share fits into Fort Collins' transportation system and how you can better utilize shared services and connect to other modes.
While Fort Collins is known for its bicycle-friendliness, our walking culture is a step behind. Learn more about how Fort Collins is planning for walking as a mode of transportation, plus considerations for those with mobility challenges.
Information on capital projects will include: Laporte Ave., Linden St., Timberline Rd. between Mulberry St. and Vine Dr., E. Prospect, and Vine/Lemay.
Mountain Ave. Reshaping
One of Fort Collins' most iconic streets is due for a revisioning. Learn more about plans and possible designs for Mountain Ave.
Low-stress Bicycle Crossings
Crossing major arterial streets poses safety and logistic challenges for people traveling by bike, on foot, scooting, and more. Learn about upcoming projects aimed at improving access to multimodal networks outlined in the Bicycle Master Plan.
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.
Traffic Signal Projects
Learn about upcoming signal upgrades and additions, and learn more about how Traffic Operations staff manage the entire street network in Fort Collins.
Innovative design requires data, testing, and refinements to inform future projects. From protected bike lanes to back-in angle parking, learn about how Fort Collins uses pilot projects to advance innovation.
Learn more about what multimodal projects are planned at Colorado State University.
Electrify Your Ride
As e-devices become more pervasive, from e-scooters and e-bikes to electric cars and charging infrastructure. Learn more about these initiatives.
Learn about multiuse trail projects planned for 2020 in Fort Collins.