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Participate - Help make the Pikes Peak area a better place to walk and bike

Don’t miss your opportunity to provide input on the draft Regional Nonmotorized Transportation System Plan. Attend a public meeting on April 22 or April 23 to learn about recommendations to improve walking, biking and other nonmotorized transportation and share input and ideas to ensure the Plan is successfully implemented. You can also submit comments before May 11 via the comment form below or e-mail travel@ppacg.org.


The draft Regional Nonmotorized Transportation Plan is available on the Documentation page. The presentation and open house information from the public meetings will be added soon. Draft nonmotorized plans for El Paso County and Woodland Park are also available, along with a new study that describes the impact of bicycling on the region’s local economy. Please clarify which document you are responding to when submitting comments.


We’d especially like your input on:

  • Is there any information in the draft plan that needs to be modified? If so, please be specific about where in the document so we can easily integrate comments.
  • Are there any potential consequences of recommendations that need to be considered for implementation? If so, please describe.
  • What are your top 3 priorities for regional improvement corridors (see page 164)? Why?
  • What ideas to you have to support implementation? How can you help?
  • Do you have any infrastructure-specific comments to help refine improvement recommendations? If so, please add to the Participate Map.


Learn about upcoming opportunities for input. These public meetings are just one of several opportunities to provide input into the Moving Forward 2040 Regional Transportation Plan (RTP), which guides the region’s transportation system improvements and funding through 2040. More information is available at www.ppacg.org. Also, follow PPACG on Facebook and Twitter at #2040Plan.

Share your comments

Please add infrastructure-specific comments to the Participate Map to help refine improvement recommendations. Share other comments here (see above).

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