Transportation Master 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 Master Plan (TMP) will evaluate and identify projects related to roadway, pedestrian, bicycle, and transit improvements. The TMP 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.

We have just completed our first phase of public outreach which included an online open house consisting of informational videos, an interactive map, an online survey, and three Q&A sessions. Our goal was to learn how you currently travel in Steamboat Springs and where you’d like to see transportation-related improvements. Our next steps are to synthesize your input, develop recommendations for projects, and score and rank them. We will be asking for your input on the prioritized projects in Fall 2020.

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 Master Plan (TMP) will evaluate and identify projects related to roadway, pedestrian, bicycle, and transit improvements. The TMP 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.

We have just completed our first phase of public outreach which included an online open house consisting of informational videos, an interactive map, an online survey, and three Q&A sessions. Our goal was to learn how you currently travel in Steamboat Springs and where you’d like to see transportation-related improvements. Our next steps are to synthesize your input, develop recommendations for projects, and score and rank them. We will be asking for your input on the prioritized projects in Fall 2020.

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.


  • Informational Boards & Videos

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    29 April, 2020

    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?