Welcome to Wyoming Pathways

Welcome to Wyoming Pathways, the statewide voice of people who bicycle and walk. Join the movement and make our voice stronger. Wyoming Pathways’ goal is to encourage safe bicycling and walking – helping to create thriving communities and enhance public lands across Wyoming. People-powered activities – like bicycling, walking, and cross-country skiing – provide manyRead more

Featured Reports and Stories

Wyoming Pathways Once Again Included in Old Bill’s Fun Run for Charities Fundraiser

Update:  Wyoming Pathways received numerous generous donations during the 2016 Old Bill’s donation period.  We want to thank everyone who donated during this wonderful event.  All of the donations qualify for the matching funds from the event, so the impact of these donations will be magnified.  Once again in 2016, Wyoming Pathways is participating as aRead more

Post Charrette Update – Pole Mountain Trail Charrette – Friday, August 12th in Laramie, WY

The Pole Mountain Trail Charrette was a great success, with over 50 attendees, including representatives from the USFS, the Laramie trail using community, the Governor’s office, Senator Barasso’s and Senator Enzi’s office and IMBA, to name a few.  The sessions were very productive, with exercises that helped generate great ideas about how to move forwardRead more

Wyoming Pathways Board Member Selected to Wyoming Public Lands Initiative Advisory Committee for Park County

This past week, the Park County Board of County Commissioners selected their Wyoming Public Lands Initiative (WPLI) Advisory Committee members and Wyoming Pathways board member, John Gallagher, was selected as the Primary member for non-motorized recreation.  In this position, John will be able to provide his perspective and input as a long-time trail advocate toRead more

Found Money – “Orphaned” Federal Earmark Funding for Pathway in Jackson Hole Discovered by Wyoming Pathways.

Federal transportation funding sounds like a pretty wonky topic, hard to get very excited about. But on the other hand, federal transportation funding has been extremely important to build many of the great places we ride bikes in Wyoming, and many communities have benefited. That old saying “follow the money” remains good advice. Recently IRead more

Wyoming Pathways Launches Spring Membership Campaign for Individuals and Partners

UPDATE: Our Spring Membership Drive has ended and we would like to thank all of you who joined as members, partners or newsletter subscribers. Your financial support enables us to continue our work and adding your voice increases our reach and effectiveness.  Together, we can make a difference! As we roll into Spring, all aroundRead more

Wyoming Improves one place in National Biking and Walking Rankings

New reports from the League of American Bicyclists, Alliance for Biking and Walking and Safe Routes to School show Wyoming is making progress. League of American Bicyclists – The Bicycle Friendly State℠ program – Wyoming up one place to Ranking #35 The annual Bicycle Friendly State Report Cards have been released by the League of American Bicyclists.Read more

Wyoming Bicycle and Pedestrian Task Force – Moving Forward

Wyoming Governor Matt Mead signed the Bicycle and Pedestrian Task Force bill into law on Monday February 29th.  The next steps for the bill are for the Governor to appoint the 13 members called for in the bill, and to appoint a chairman. “This is the first ever state-level effort to study the benefits andRead more

Representing Wyoming at the National Bike Summit

Wyoming Pathways Executive Director Tim Young attended the National Bike Summit in Washington DC last week and met with the Wyoming Delegation on bicycling and walking issues in the Cowboy state. Approximately 600 bicycling advocates attended from nearly every state and all around the country. The Bike Summit includes two days of conference format speakersRead more

Legislature Creates Wyoming’s first Bicycle and Pedestrian Task Force – Governor Matt Mead to sign Senate File 8 on Monday February 29th

For Immediate Release Contact Tim Young, [email protected] Cheyenne, WY – The Wyoming Legislature passed Senate File 8, the Bicycle and Pedestrian System Task Force bill, last week with convincing margins in both the Senate and House. That completes the legislature’s work, and the bill moves on to Governor Mead to be signed into law on MondayRead more

Senate File 8 Passes Final Votes – What’s Next?

Good news — Senate File 8, the Bicycle and Pedestrian System Task Force bill, passed third and final reading in the Wyoming House today by a vote of 38-22. Having already passed the Senate by a similarly strong margin, the bill went back to the Senate for a “concurrence” vote, the process by which theRead more