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

Wyoming Pathways Releases Wyoming Active Transportation Community Needs Survey

Wyoming Pathways needs your help to learn what Active Transportation projects would be important to your Wyoming communities and we have created a survey to find out. The Survey is open to Towns, Cities, Counties, Nonprofits, and the general public. Please fill out the survey questions, and seek help from your local elected officials ifRead more

Michael Kusiek Joins Wyoming Pathways as Lander Active Transportation Director

Wyoming Pathways is pleased to announce that Michael Kusiek has been retained to lead the organization’s Active Transportation efforts in Lander, WY, as the Lander Active Transportation Director. Michael will manage the organization’s work with various partners to improve the Active Transportation infrastructure in Lander. Wyoming Pathways has had success in helping with trail developmentRead more

Wyoming Pathways Receives Wyoming Community Foundation Grant

We are pleased to announce that once again, the Wyoming Community Foundation (WYCF – https://wycf.org/) has provided Wyoming Pathways with a much needed general support grant. Getting this type of support from such a great organization makes up proud and inspires us to do even more to help make Wyoming better, safer and healthier placesRead more

Fat Bike Worlds to be Held in Pinedale, January 15-17, 2021

Big news for Pinedale!  It was looking like the Fat Bike Worlds that were originally scheduled to be held in Crested Butte for January 22-24 were going to be cancelled, but Pinedale, WY stepped-up and they will now be held this weekend (January 15-17) in Pinedale!  Borealis Fat Bikes, HED and other great sponsors haveRead more

Wyoming Pathways 2020 Year-End Summary and Looking Ahead to 2021

  With the end of a trying year in sight, here’s to a much better 2021! Despite the challenges, we are pleased to report remarkable progress to help Wyoming communities become more livable and healthier places through our advocacy efforts for biking, walking and trails. As always, we can only do this work because ofRead more

Happy Holidays from Wyoming Pathways

Wyoming Pathways would like to wish all of our supporters and everyone in Wyoming a safe and healthy Happy Holidays. With the end of a trying year in sight, here’s to a much better 2021! Despite these challenges, we are pleased to report remarkable progress to help Wyoming communities become more livable and healthier placesRead more

Active Transportation Webinar Series Starts September 17th – Sign Up Now

At Noon on Thursday, September 17th, please join Wyoming Pathways and the Platte River Trails Trust for the first of four webinars in the 2020 Wyoming Active Transportation Bike | Walk | Trails “Educational Lunch” Webinar Series. Read more on the webinar page and Sign Up Now! This series of four webinars on Active TransportationRead more

Wyoming Active Transportation – Bike Walk Trails Summit Postponed Until 2021

After careful consideration of the circumstances surrounding the coronavirus pandemic during the past two months and considerable deliberation we have decided to delay the 2020 Wyoming Active Transportation – Bike Walk Trails Summit and reschedule it for 2021.  Our primary concern in our deliberations was attendee safety, and with so many unknowns about the pandemicRead more