Executive Director Michael Kusiek Featured on County 10 Podcast

Wyoming Pathways’ Executive Director, Michael Kusiek joined the County 10 Podcast recently to discuss what his group does, ensuring safety around Fremont County and how you can help them through this year’s Challenge For Charities.  You can listen to the podcast here: https://county10.com/county-10-podcast-michael-kusiek-wyoming-pathways/. You can donate to support Wyoming Pathways via the Challenge For CharitiesRead more

Wyoming Pathways Participates in the Challenge for Charities

After all of our work in the Lander area in recent years and with our organizations move of the main office to Lander, we are excited to announce that Wyoming Pathways is participating in 2022 edition of the Lander Community Foundation’s Challenge for Charities. This is important not only because it will enable Wyoming PathwaysRead more

Round Top to T-Hill Connector Trail 2022 Request for Proposal

Wyoming Pathways is seeking bids from qualified trail building companies for the Round Top to T-Hill Connector Trail near Thermopolis, Wyoming and Hot Springs State Park.  The RFP document can be downloaded here.  The deadline for submissions is 3pm MST on May 18, 2022.  The anticipated project start is May 22, 2022, dependent on receiptRead more

Round Top Trail Construction Underway!

Executive Director Michael Kusiek recently joined our friends in Thermopolis to check on the flag lines and view the progress of the new Round Top Trail and Connector Trail that Wyoming Pathways is building this year.  The projects will create an amazing new trail on Round Top Mountain and a new trail to connect itRead more

Transportation Alternatives Programs Funding Opportunity – Statement of Intent for FY2023 is Now Open

We have some important news about a potential funding source for Active Transportation projects for Wyoming communities. The Fiscal Year 2023 Transportation Alternatives Programs (TAP) is now soliciting Statements of Intent. Open to Cities, Towns and Counties, the grants are best suited to community sidewalk and pathway system projects. The new funding charts from FHWARead more

After Setbacks, Active Transportation Funding Legislation Still Under Consideration

We have news about the $10m Active Transportation funding budget amendment proposed by Representative Jim Roscoe last week. As we had mentioned previously, this amendment was proposed following the tie-vote (30-30) failure of HB0144 (also proposed by Representative Roscoe). The amendment then passed the House (30-29), and had unexpectedly strong and vocal support from aRead more

Wyoming Active Transportation Community Needs Survey Featured in WyoFile Article

Following up on the Complete Streets report post below, WyoFile Natural Resources Reporter, Angus Thuermer has published an article about the Active Transportation needs identified in Wyoming Pathways’ recent Wyoming Active Transportation Community Needs Survey Report and how funding from the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) could address some of those needs: https://wyofile.com/path-group-seeks-40m-in-arpa-funds-to-reduce-pedestrian-deaths-%ef%bf%bc/ The articleRead more

Groundbreaking Complete Streets Report Released!

We just received notice of an important new report on whether Complete Streets “attract people and jobs, change commuting patterns, and influence real estate values.” The report by Dr. Arthur C. Nelson, Professor of Urban Planning and Real Estate Development at the University of Arizona and his doctoral student, Robert Hibberd, answers the question inRead more

Wyoming Active Transportation Community Needs Survey Report Released!

Download the Wyoming Active Transportation Community Needs Survey Report Now! Wyoming Pathways is pleased to announce that the report generated from the data collected via our Wyoming Active Transportation Community Needs Survey has been released.  You can read more about the report and download it from our Wyoming Active Transportation Community Needs Survey page.  TheRead more

Wyoming Active Transportation Community Needs Survey Off to a Great Start!

The response to our Wyoming Active Transportation Community Needs Survey has been amazing and we want to thank everyone that has taken the time to help us understand what sort of Active Transportation projects Wyoming communities are looking for. Over half of the responses have been from individuals and that’s great, but we would likeRead more