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Public Invited To Provide Input On Transit And Parking Enhancements In Bond Park


The Town of Estes Park, in conjunction with Rocky Mountain National Park, the Colorado Department of Transportation and the Federal Highway Administration, is conducting the Estes Valley Transit and Parking Enhancement Study. The study is evaluating opportunities to reduce congestion in the Estes Valley by encouraging the use of alternative transportation systems designed to improve visitor experience and protect natural resources. As part of the study, Estes Park residents and guests are invited to provide input on transit and parking issues, needs, and potential solutions at an open house on June 15 from 3 -6 p.m. in Bond Park, downtown Estes Park.

During the open house, the study project team will provide information, answer questions and listen to suggestions for improving mobility. Information obtained will be used during the next phase of the study to help develop the final parking and transit recommendations.

For those who cannot attend the open house, information will be provided on the Town website, www.estes.org from June 15 through July 20. Comments will be accepted through July 20 by email at estes.transit@fhueng.com or delivery to Room 100 of Town Hall, located at 170 MacGregor Ave.

For more information, please call the Town of Estes Park Public Information Office at 970-577-3701. To receive Town news and/or meeting agendas in your email inbox, please email townadmin@estes.org.

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