Public Transit In Wyoming

Program Overview

Transit programs in Wyoming are administered by WYDOT through the Office of Local Government Coordination. Transit programs are funded through a variety of federal and state programs. Currently all 23 counties have at least one provider of public transportation. Many of the public transportation programs are provided by the senior centers in the area.  

Transit programs are divided into four major funding categories:

  • Operating Assistance
  • Administration Assistance
  • Maintenance Assistance
  • Capital Assistance

Many of the specific programs allow for multiple categories within each fund type. All are reimbursement programs with varying match ratio required. Please select from the links below for additional program specific information.

FTA Section 5311

Urbanized Area Grants (Cheyenne & Casper)

As part of receiving these monies, the FTA and WYDOT require individuals who receive certain funding types must be a part of a locally derived coordinated plan. A goal of LGC staff is to have coordination at all levels: local, regional and statewide.

Local, Regional and Statewide Coordinated Planning  

For additional information about transit programs contact:

Sara Janes Ellis

Brandi Miller

Local Government Coordinator

Transit Program Coordinator

(307) 777-4438

(307) 777-4384


Leanna Humble

Shauna Perkins

Local Government Specialist
Districts 3 and 5

Local Government Specialist
Districts 1, 2 and 4

(307) 777-4181

(307) 777-3938







Mailing Address

Office of Local Government Coordination

5300 Bishop Blvd. 

Cheyenne, WY 82009-3340