Colorado College
Transportation Master Plan
January 2013 - In This Issue:
Next Working Group meeting Jan. 29
Date: Tuesday, Jan. 29, 2013

Time: 4 - 7 p.m. (note extended time due to the number of agenda items.)


Location: Slocum Hall, Colorado College campus (northwest corner of Nevada Avenue and Cache La Poudre Street; building #36 on the Slocum Hall link above.) 


The general public is welcome to attend and observe Stakeholder Working Group meetings and provide input during designated time periods. 

Contact Us



Visit the project website for more information about this study:


Project Team

The College has contracted with the local land planning and urban design firm of N.E.S. Inc. to lead the seven-month study. The project team includes:  


Project Manager:

N.E.S., Inc.

Tim Seibert


Public Involvement:

Bachman pr

Lisa Bachman, APR 

Barry Grossman, APR 


Working Group Discusses Community Values, Potential Alternatives
Jan. 29 meeting focuses on discussing alternatives
Working Group participants offer input during the Dec. 18 meeting.

Transportation Master Plan Working Group members offered a number of community values and potential alternatives as Colorado College looks to address long- and short-term mobility and safety issues on and around the campus. A complete list of the values and alternatives suggested during the Dec. 18 meeting are included in the meeting summary


Click the following link to see a complete list of Working Group members.


The Jan. 29 meeting will include a discussion of the suggested alternatives to identify those that will be carried forward for further study. A complete meeting agenda will be distributed the week of Jan. 21 with the next e-newsletter. The agenda also will be posted to the study website.

Transportation Master Plan Goals and Objectives

Transportation Master Plan Goal: To address immediate and long-term safety and mobility of all who travel through and around the campus


Objectives:  Through a Stakeholder Working Group and public input, the plan will be informed by:

Conducting a collaborative process involving stakeholder representatives of Colorado College (faculty and administration), college student body, City of Colorado Springs, neighborhoods, businesses and other community interests

Analyzing current conditions for mobility and safety for all users within and around the Colorado College campus

Identifying and Evaluating conflict areas that present challenges to mobility and safety

Recommending future improvements balancing the needs and interest of the campus, the City of Colorado Springs, as well as those of neighborhoods and the community