Feedback Needed for North Front Range Premium Transit Study!

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From the North Front Range Metropolitan Planning Organization

As North Front Range Premium Transit Study Advances, Community Feedback Needed

The North Front Range Metropolitan Planning Organization (NFRMPO) has launched LINKNoCo, a planning study to establish a premium transit network linking communities across the North Front Range. This effort is identifying the most promising priority corridors to advance first as the NFRMPO begins to form the future network.

Premium transit is high-quality public transportation that is more reliable, convenient, faster, and/or frequent than traditional bus service. Bustang, FLEX, MAX, and Poudre Express are local examples of premium transit service. In fall 2021, the NFRMPO issued an online questionnaire soliciting community input to identify the North Front Range corridors that most need premium transit. Through feedback from this questionnaire, stakeholder guidance, and technical analysis, three priority corridors have been chosen.

The North Front Range MPO seeks input on these three priority corridors. Community members are encouraged to participate in a self-guided online meeting at Available in Spanish and English, the meeting includes a study overview and shows technical progress to date. The meeting will close on June 14, 2022.

“It’s important that we develop a premium transit network that reflects where our community members most need to travel,” said Suzette Mallette, NFRMPO Executive Director. “Our technical teams have identified preliminary station locations, and now we need the traveling public to let us know if we’re on the track or how the corridors could be adjusted to better serve the region.”

The study is anticipated to conclude in fall 2022. The final report and recommendations will be distributed at its conclusion. To learn more about the study, visit the study’s website at Questions or feedback can be shared through or the study’s hotline at (970) 387-8058.

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