Transportation & Mobility Plan

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The City of Steamboat Springs is undertaking an effort to evaluate existing transportation issues, develop solutions to address them, and chart a course for funding and construction over the next 20 years. The Transportation ad Mobility Plan will evaluate and identify projects related to roadway, pedestrian, bicycle, and transit improvements. The Transportation and Mobility Plan will also take into consideration the many dimensions of transportation including those related to accessibility, quality of life, and social components such as cost of living and environmental footprint.


Using input from the public and stakeholders as well as available data and technical analyses, the city hopes to develop a multimodal plan that integrates all forms of travel to create and sustain a safe, connected, and efficient transportation system. If you live in, work in, travel through, or visit Steamboat, we want to hear your voice in the planning process.


The planning process is culminating in the creation of a planning document called the Steamboat Springs Transportation Plan. Guided by technical analysis and informed by input from you and stakeholders, we’ve drafted a Transportation Plan document for your review. Following this 30-day period where you can read and comment on the plan, we’ll make revisions as appropriate and present the final document to City Council for adoption. Thank you for being part of developing a plan that defines a clear path forward for improving transportation in Steamboat Springs.


Click the following link (https://tooledesign.github.io/B0067_steamboat_springs_tmp/) to read the draft Plan and provide comments on the document. There is an interactive online comment tool that allows users to add feedback directly to the document. Users will have the added benefit of seeing the feedback other community members have contributed. The public comment period for this draft will end on May 14, so make sure to take a look before then.


Keep an eye on this webpage for updates! In the meantime, if you have any feedback or would like to get in touch with the project team, feel free to reach out by emailing tmp@steamboatsprings.net.


The City of Steamboat Springs is undertaking an effort to evaluate existing transportation issues, develop solutions to address them, and chart a course for funding and construction over the next 20 years. The Transportation ad Mobility Plan will evaluate and identify projects related to roadway, pedestrian, bicycle, and transit improvements. The Transportation and Mobility Plan will also take into consideration the many dimensions of transportation including those related to accessibility, quality of life, and social components such as cost of living and environmental footprint.


Using input from the public and stakeholders as well as available data and technical analyses, the city hopes to develop a multimodal plan that integrates all forms of travel to create and sustain a safe, connected, and efficient transportation system. If you live in, work in, travel through, or visit Steamboat, we want to hear your voice in the planning process.


The planning process is culminating in the creation of a planning document called the Steamboat Springs Transportation Plan. Guided by technical analysis and informed by input from you and stakeholders, we’ve drafted a Transportation Plan document for your review. Following this 30-day period where you can read and comment on the plan, we’ll make revisions as appropriate and present the final document to City Council for adoption. Thank you for being part of developing a plan that defines a clear path forward for improving transportation in Steamboat Springs.


Click the following link (https://tooledesign.github.io/B0067_steamboat_springs_tmp/) to read the draft Plan and provide comments on the document. There is an interactive online comment tool that allows users to add feedback directly to the document. Users will have the added benefit of seeing the feedback other community members have contributed. The public comment period for this draft will end on May 14, so make sure to take a look before then.


Keep an eye on this webpage for updates! In the meantime, if you have any feedback or would like to get in touch with the project team, feel free to reach out by emailing tmp@steamboatsprings.net.


  • Review Draft Plan

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    The public can read and comment directly on the interactive document at (https://tooledesign.github.io/B0067_steamboat_springs_tmp/. Users have the added benefit of seeing feedback from other community members. The public comment period ends on May 14.


    Specific areas of the plan that the project team would like to call attention to is the Implementation Plan section (pages 44-59), which lays out the order in which projects will be strategically approached for completion. Public feedback is essential to refine and validate this section so that future city efforts align with the needs of the community. Another portion of the plan to focus your attention are the Recommended Plans, Policies, and Programs section (pages 28-34). These priorities will lay the groundwork for the public discussions and more refined plans that the city will consider over the next few decades.




  • TMP Outreach

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    Our first phase of public outreach included an online open house consisting of informational videos, an interactive map, an online survey, and three Q&A sessions. Through these activities, we learned how you currently travel in Steamboat Springs and where you’d like to see transportation-related improvements. Over the past few months, we have synthesized your input, developed recommendations for projects, and scored and ranked them. Now, we want to know if we got it all right and hear from you!

    The planning process is culminating in the creation of a planning document called the Steamboat Springs Transportation Plan. Guided by technical analysis and informed by input from you and stakeholders, we’ve drafted a Transportation Plan document for your review. Following this 30-day period where you can read and comment on the Transportation Plan, we’ll make revisions as appropriate and present the final document to City Council for adoption. Thank you for being part of developing a plan that defines a clear path forward for improving transportation in Steamboat Springs.

    Click the following link (https://tooledesign.github.io/B0067_steamboat_springs_tmp/) to read the draft Plan and provide comments on the document. There is an interactive online comment tool that allows users to add feedback directly to the document. Users will have the added benefit of seeing the feedback other community members have contributed. The public comment period for this draft will end on May 14, so make sure to take a look before then.

    The plan will also be on an upcoming City of Steamboat Springs Planning Commission agenda on April 22 to provide a formal presentation and request feedback as well as a recommendation to City Council. City Council will hold a work session to discuss the plan on May 11. Formal adoption of the plan is scheduled for July 2021. The Project Team invites all members of the public to be involved in the process and provide comment.

    Specific areas of the plan that the project team would like to call attention to is the Implementation Plan section (pages 44-59). This section lays out the order in which projects will be strategically approached for completion. Public feedback is essential to refine and validate this section of the plan so that future city efforts align with the needs of the community. Another portion of the plan to bring attention to are the Recommended Plans, Policies, and Programs (pages 28-34) as these priorities will lay the ground work for the public discussions and more refined plans that the city will consider over the next few decades.

  • Informational Boards & Videos

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    To learn about what the Steamboat Springs Transportation Master Plan will do, what the existing conditions for transportation are in Steamboat, and a sneak preview at the TMP’s guiding principles, please peruse the informational boards and accompanying videos below.


    What is a transportation master plan?


    How and where do people travel in and around Steamboat?


    What does crash data tell us?


    What is the current state of the transportation system?


    What is the future of Steamboat's transportation system?