The NFRMPO periodically conducts public hearings to provide a forum for public input on the Public Involvement Plan (PIP), air quality conformity, and other documents, and prior to major policy decisions such as VanGo™ fare increases.
|There are no Public Hearings scheduled at this time.|
|TIP Amendment||The November 2021 TIP Amendment is open for public comment through December 9, 2021. The 30-day Public Comment period opened on November 10. The Amendment adds one new pool with two new projects and revisions to two existing projects, and adds five new projects to an existing pool to the FY2022-2025 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP). To provide public comment, please contact AnnaRose Cunningham at 970-818-9497 or firstname.lastname@example.org, or submit a comment online.||December 9, 2021|
Plans and Programs in Development
The NFRMPO actively works on plans, programs, and projects throughout the year. The following Plans, Programs, and Projects are currently active. Outreach opportunities are highlighted for each project in the table below.
|2050 Regional Transportation Plan||2050 Regional Transportation Plan (RTP)
The 2050 RTP is the long-range transportation plan for the region, identifying current and future needs, funding, and priorities. The RTP is updated every four years and must conform to statewide and federal requirements, including air quality conformity.
Get involved: TBD
|2021 Coordinated Public Transit/Human Services Transportation Plan
The Coordinated Plan, for short, is a federally required plan for recipients of FTA §5310: Enhanced Mobility for Seniors and Individuals with Disabilities. The Coordinated Plan is completed every four years on behalf of COLT, GET, and Transfort.
Get involved: Watch a video and fill out a survey to let us know what issues exist for older adults and individuals with disabilities.
|Expansion of the Mobility Program
The NFRMPO Planning Council approved $1.2M over three years for the expansion of the NFRMPO’s Mobility Program, including the development of a One Call/One Click Center, technical assistance and support, and the further evolution of collaboration in Larimer and Weld counties.
Get involved: The Mobility Committees meet every other month and discuss Mobility-related topics. All meetings are open to the public.
The NFRMPO Planning Council approved $250,000 to study potential corridors for upgraded transit connecting Larimer and Weld counties. The project has been dubbed LinkNoCo and is being led by the consultant, HDR, with expected complation in mid to late 2022. The project will compare the corridors recommended in the 2045 Regional Transit Element and identify potential investments in bus rapid transit, express bus, light rail, and/or commuter rail.
Get involved: A major part of the project will be community engagement, so keep an eye out of how to stay involved.