The City of Fort Collins is developing a future vision for transit service on North College Avenue from Downtown Fort Collins to Terry Lake Road. This study will explore bringing the MAX Bus Rapid Transit Route to North College Avenue. Find out more and provide feedback here.
The West Elizabeth Enhanced Travel Corridor (ETC) Plan was adopted by City Council in October 2016. The City started the 30% design process in 2021.
ETCs are roadways that emphasize walking, biking and transit. The first ETC was the Mason Corridor, which now features MAX Bus Rapid Transit and the Mason Trail.
The West Elizabeth corridor already has high transit, bicycling and walking demand, and an ETC is a comprehensive tool that can help address some of the challenges on West Elizabeth, such as: • Overcrowded buses • A higher number of bike crashes than expected • Sidewalks in some locations that do not meet standards and are not comfortable for walking
Learn more about the West Elizabeth ETC Plan here.
As the Designated Recipient of Federal Transit Administration (FTA) funds, the City of Fort Collins / Transfort has planned a Program of Projects for the Federal Fiscal Year 2022 apportionment for the Fort Collins Transportation Management Area. Section 5307 & 5339 funds are used for public transportation facilities and projects, and Section 5310 funding is used for the Enhanced Mobility of Seniors and Individuals with Disabilities. The City of Fort Collins / Transfort encourages public comment related to these federally funded projects; please review the posted Program of Projects and direct questions or comments to Kaley Zeisel at firstname.lastname@example.org or (970) 224-6067.
This document describes the design criteria associated with transit facilities that Transfort routes serve. It includes ADA accessibility standards, bus stop type recommendations and priorities for bus stop improvements.
The overall intent of the North Front Range Transit Vision project was to identify the feasibility for an integrated regional transit governance and decision-making model for the North Front Range communities of Berthoud, Fort Collins, Larimer County, and Loveland, as well as a related operational structure. The project included a public outreach process focused on stakeholders, transit users, and the general public to develop a recommendation on a path forward for potential transit service integration in Larimer County with improved service and cost-effectiveness.
Transfort peers were selected for their demographic and geographic similarities to Fort Collins (rather than their transit system characteristics). Investment per capita represents how much each peer community invests in transit. Revenue hours per capita represents how much fixed-route service each peer agency provides to its community.