Wyoming Bike Walk Trails Summit Agenda

Agenda – Wyoming Bike Walk Trails Summit 2015 Active Wyoming – People Places and Prosperity (Download Event Agenda PDF) Register for the Event Thursday June 25 – Tate Pumphouse 10:00 AM Registration opens at Tate Pumphouse, Casper Wyoming 12:00-1:15 pm. Opening Lunch, Tate Pumphouse • Welcome to the Summit – Angela Emery, Platte River Trails TrustRead more

Urgent: Comment on the Red Grade Trail Project

Here’s an awesome project you can help today – the Red Grade Trail Project in the Bighorn mountains near Sheridan. The Buffalo Field Office of the BLM is currently accepting public comments on their Environmental Assessment proposal to build 33.8 miles of quality trails on public lands. Please help our friends in Sheridan and comment.Read more

Wyoming Bike Walk Trails Summit Press Release

For Immediate Release – Contact: — Angela Emery or Tim Young — Download the press release. (Download Event Agenda PDF) Active Wyoming – People Places and Prosperity – Casper June 25-26 Wyoming Bike Walk Trail Summit to Connect Communities, Agencies, People Biking, walking, health, and active living experts will join state officials and supporters ofRead more

Wyoming Bike Walk Trails Summit – Registration is Now Open

WYOMING BIKE WALK TRAILS SUMMIT: ACTIVE WYOMING: PEOPLE, PLACES AND PROSPERITY June 25-26, 2015 Tate Pumphouse Trail Center, Casper, WY Click Here to Register CALLING ALL COMMUNITY LEADERS Planners, Engineers, Health, Transportation & Recreation/Tourism Professionals, Biking Walking & Trail Advocates Community “learning teams’ encouraged – Bring your team of elected, appointed, planning, engineering, public works,Read more

Fat Bike Summit 2015 – Fat Bikers, Land Managers Gather in Jackson Hole, WY

Hundreds of fat bike enthusiasts and land managers will gather at the Snow King Resort January 23-25 at the 4th Annual Global Fat Bike Festival. The two-day outdoor Fat Bike Festival follows a Fat Bike Training Conference for land managers on Friday Jan. 23rd. Immediately recognizable by their huge low pressure fat tires, fat bikes areRead more

Jackson Hole Rolls Closer to Transportation Connections

Teton County recently took another step toward a fully connected and integrated transit and pathway system after receiving an $8 million federal grant to build critical facilities. The money will be used to build a bus barn for the Southern Teton Area Rapid Transit (START) bus system and expand pathways to connect the facility toRead more

Two Recognized for Trails Work

Two key Wyoming people dedicated to trail building, pathways and expanding pedestrian friendly environments won recognition for their work this year. American Trails awarded Wyoming Pathways board member Bruce Burrows and Cheyenne Trails Coordinator Jeff Wiggins two different awards. Bruce won the 2013 State Trail Worker award; Jeff won the 2013 State Trail Advocacy award.Read more

Fed Money Brings Teton Pass Path Closer to Completion

Wyoming and Idaho have moved one step closer to completing a pathway over Teton Pass that could connect networks in both states. A federal grant of $1.3 million to the City of Victor will pay for construction of almost two miles of paved pathway from Moose Creek in Idaho east to the Wyoming state line.Read more

Bicycle-Friendly Chip Seal

Experimental Road Surfacing Holds Promise for Bikers   Experimental road resurfacing methods tested in Wyoming and Idaho during the past year could lead to better bicycling surfaces and fewer cracked windshields throughout both states. Cycling enthusiasts from Jackson Hole, Wyoming and Teton Valley, Idaho worked with road engineers and officials in both states last yearRead more

West Broadway Complete Street underway in Jackson

One of State’s Busiest Intersections Becomes Pedestrian and Bike Friendly After more than 30 years of traffic congestion and pedestrian safety issues, one of Wyoming’s busiest intersection will get a makeover into a “Complete Street” that serves all the users. Construction on Jackson’s infamous five-way intersection began March 21. When the project is completed atRead more