Northern Colorado municipalities host regional transportation study open houses

The City of Fort Collins in partnership with the City of Loveland, the Town of Berthoud, Larimer County and the North Front Range Metropolitan Planning Organization will share the preliminary outcomes of the North Front Range Transit Vision – Regional Transit Integration Study at a series of open houses. The study assesses the practicality of combining regional transit operations in the effort to increase efficiency, customer use, and convenience.
In addition to hearing about the study details and recommendations, each Open House will highlight current transportation and planning projects individual to each community. These events are open to everyone – residents, business owners, stakeholders and other interested parties are encouraged to attend. Refreshments will be served.
“These Open Houses offer a perfect opportunity for anyone interested in the City’s upcoming transportation and planning projects to come and see what is in the works, ask questions, and meet the staff involved,” said City of Fort Collins Transit Planner Emma McArdle. “Attending is a great way to explore planned improvements and provide input.”
The Fort Collins open house is Wednesday, May 1 from 4 to 6 p.m. at the Old Town Library, 201 Peterson St. in Fort Collins.

Topics include:
•Bike Sharing
 — Discover the latest developments and share your thoughts with the FC Bike Library
•Circles of Larimer — 
Learn more about this organization’s campaign to end poverty
•CSU Transportation Plan
•Harmony Road Enhanced Travel Corridor — 
Learn more about the next evolution for Harmony Road
•Lincoln Corridor Plan
 — See the vision for improvements for the Lincoln Corridor
•Midtown Plan — 
Review the redevelopment ideas for Midtown Fort Collins
•MAX Update — 
Hear the latest on MAX
•NFRMPO 2013 Coordinated Public Transit/Human Services Transportation Plan
Provide input and explore the goals behind this plan
•North Front Range Transit Vision – Regional Transit Integration Study
 — Find out the details and recommendations
•Transfort Potential 2014 Route Changes
Discuss changes the South Transit Center and MAX service may bring.

For more information, or to learn about other City of Fort Collins Transportation and Planning, visit or call 970-224-6197.

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