Local & Regional Coordinated Planning
In 2005, the Federal Transit Administration began looking at coordination as a way to reduce costs and utilize resources in communities better. Coordinated plans became a requirement for much of the FTA's funding. Numerous grants specifically require that all projects be a part of a coordinated plan. In 2007, WYDOT LGC staff started enforcing this policy.
In 2011, WYDOT hired Chrissy Lee, whose primary goal is to update all coordinated plans within two years. WYDOT also has provided funding to WILR (Wyoming Independent Living Rehabilitation Inc. ) and WSIL (Wyoming Services for Independent Living Inc.) to assist with the process through mobility managers.
For those in need of mobility management in the eastern half of the state, please contact WILR at (307) 266-6956. For mobility management in the western half of the state, please contact WSIL at (307) 332-4889.
Statewide Coordinated Planning
Currently the Wyoming Statewide Coordinated Plan is just a work in progress. WYDOT LGC staff are currently working with other state agencies to improve coordination at a statewide level. There has been some work with the Wyoming Department of Health, and in the future there may be more coordination with other state agencies in relation to transit.
Local & Regional Coordinated Plan Information
Coordinated Plan Packet.pdf(328.01 KB)This is the most useful packet in developing a local or regional coordinated plan. All communities are different, so some parts may be more useful than others.Building Fully Coordinated System.pdf(10.92 MB)Also known as "The Framework for Action", this document is a useful assessment tool for your community and is a great document to help with coordinationFTA Coordinated Plan Guidance FY 2007.pdf(86.33 KB)Official release by the Federal Transit Administration in 2007.United We Ride - One Vision Presentation.ppt(7.73 MB)A useful presentation provided by United We Ride in relation to coordination.