CO-WY Transit Feasibility Study

The Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) and the Cheyenne Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) / Wyoming Department of Transportation (WYDOT) have completed a transit connection feasibility analysis between northern Colorado and southern Wyoming. This transit analysis examined transit needs, routing, amenities, and the overall benefits to communities in the North Front Range region of Colorado and the Cheyenne, Wyoming area.

For more information, visit Cheyenne MPO’s website


WYDOT is Wyoming’s largest and most widespread state agency, with wide ranging functions and responsibilities - all concerned with providing a safe, high quality, and efficient transportation system.

Working closely with private sector partners, WYDOT employees plan, design, construct and maintain roads and bridges, while promoting safety and protecting the environment. Other WYDOT responsibilities include law enforcement, drivers licensing, motor vehicle regulation, airport improvement assistance, and coordination with local jurisdictions on planning, project supervision, and public transit.

WYDOT is committed to keeping the public informed about the agency's many activities and promoting understanding of why and how department personnel accomplish their responsibilities. Another goal is good communication with constituents to ensure citizens have the opportunity to provide input into the decision-making process.

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News Releases

  • WYDOT news releases - Aeronautics, Driver Services, Motor Vehicle Services, construction projects, news from the department's five districts and other department information can be found on WYDOT's news release page.
  • WHP news releases - Find out the latest Wyoming Highway Patrol news.