Feedback Opportunities

The study team is actively seeking stakeholder feedback and participation at each key milestone in the study. This website provides you with information on upcoming events, information materials (such as open house presentations, maps, and graphics), frequently asked questions (FAQs), and how you can provide your input.

Open Houses

Each study milestone includes a series of open houses, which will give the public an opportunity to find out more about the study at a local level and to provide direct input.

Open House Series

  • Summer 2012Click here to download the study background and initial evaluation maps, presentation, boards, and fact sheet from our open houses held July 16, 17, 18, and 19 of 2012.
  • Spring 2013
    • May 29, 5-7:30:  Colorado Springs – PPACG, 15 South Seventh Street, Colorado Springs
    • May 30, 5-7:30:  Pueblo – Convention Center, 320 Central Main Street, Pueblo
    • June 5, 5-7:30:  Windsor – Windsor Recreation Center, 250 North 11th Street, Windsor
    • June 6, 5-7:30:  Denver – CDOT HQ Auditorium, 4201 E. Arkansas Avenue, Denver
    • June 11, 5-7:30, I-70 Mountain Corridor – Silverthorne Library, 651 Center Circle, Silverthorne
  • Fall 2013: All meetings will be held from 5:00-7:00 pm. There will be a presentation at 5:30 with discussion and Q&A to follow the presentation. We look forward to having you join us at the meeting in your area.
    • November 4: WINDSOR/FORT COLLINS: Windsor Public Library
      Clearview Library District
      720 3rd Street
      Windsor, CO 80550
    • November 19: DENVER METRO: CDOT Golden
      Trail Ridge Conference Room
      425C Corporate Circle
      Golden, CO 80401
    • November 20: COLORADO SPRINGS: PPACG
      15 South Seventh Street
      Colorado Springs, CO 80905
    • November 21: PUEBLO: Pueblo Convention Center
      Heroes Pavilion
      320 Central Main St.
      Pueblo, CO 81003

Comments - Provide Your Thoughts

The Draft Interregional Connectivity Study report is available and we are looking for your input! Click here for our comment form. Comments are due by COB on March 21, 2014.

Project Leadership Team

The Project Leadership Team (PLT) is comprised of elected officials and staff from the majority of cities, counties, public agencies, and regional governments along the Front Range from Fort Collins to Pueblo. These representatives are the first line of input for the study team as we develop concepts and ideas for stakeholder input at each step in the process. PLT members are tasked with taking the information they learn and sharing it with their constituents.