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Log on and join the City of Colorado Springs, Mountain Metropolitan Transit (MMT), and Pikes Peak Area Council of Governments (PPACG) on Friday, May 17, 2024 at noon for a virtual open house to learn about the 2050 Regional Transit Plan and Specialized Transportation Plan. Your input is crucial in shaping the future of transit in Colorado Springs! This is your opportunity to ask questions and provide valuable input.

2050 Regional Transit Plan provides guidance for Mountain Metro Transit (MMT) when considering changes in service, frequencies, new projects, and growth of the system. The 2050 Regional Transit Plan forms the strategy for the appropriate use of funds to meet the community’s mobility goals.

2050 Specialized Transportation Plan focuses on coordination, partnerships, and resource sharing among the region’s specialized transportation providers. Multiple public, nonprofit, and private organizations provide transportation options for seniors, people with disabilities, and people with limited mobility. The Specialized Transportation Transit Plan is required by the Federal Transit Administration for those agencies receiving federal funds.

MMT updates the Regional Transit Plan and Specialized Transit Plan every five years as part of Pikes Peak Area Council of Government’s (PPACG) 2050 Long Range Transportation Plan. The 2045 Regional Transit Plan was last updated in 2019 while the Specialized Transit Plan was last updated in 2020.

Join us on Microsoft Teams for the virtual open house by clicking the link at noon on Friday, May 17, 2024. Join the meeting now

Fill out a short comment form to ask questions, share your ideas, and prioritize future solutions.

Learn more: 2050 Regional Transit and Specialized Transportation Plans

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