Welcome to the Wyoming Pathways Active Transportation and Trails Community Needs Survey Reporting Tool. This tool will allow you to view, sort, print and download data collected by the survey. We have provided two versions of searchable and sortable view types for you to use, the Grid View and the Table View, with options to load either paginated (faster loading) or with all entries loaded initially (slower loading).
The Grid View is a running list of each submission presented in portrait page format. The Table View is each submission on its own row that can be downloaded as a CSV file. You can access these data views via the links below. We have also provided summary statistics for the survey below the links.
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With the recent momentum for Active Transportation and Outdoor Recreation projects in Wyoming your input about projects that could positively impact your community is particularly important.
Information gathered from the 2021 “Wyoming Active Transportation Community Needs Survey” and the subsequent 2022 “Wyoming Active Transportation Community Needs Interim Survey” was instrumental in gaining support for Active Transportation and Outdoor Recreation funding legislation in the 2023 Wyoming legislative session. The survey will be a perpetual resource in the hope that it will help to promote Active Transportation and trails projects throughout Wyoming.
The Survey is open to towns, cities, counties, nonprofits, and the general public. Please fill out the survey questions and let us know what type of help you need. Documenting these active transportation and outdoor recreation needs will help us to continue to show the demand that exists around Wyoming.
It is important to remember that Active Transportation and trail projects can have myriad positive impacts on Wyoming Communities:
- It is about safety — for kids and people of all ages as they walk or ride their bikes to school, work and do errands around town. Newer, more sustainable and better maintained trails are safer and more fun to recreate on.
- It is about physical and mental well-being — we will be cutting healthcare costs for the State of Wyoming and its citizens by creating greater and easier access to walkable and bikeable pathways and trails that are safe, all while helping folks experience better total health and well-being.
- It is about economic development — communities across the state and the Nation see immediate and direct growth of their economies when folks have access to walkable and bikeable pathways and trails. Further, businesses are more likely to succeed and be started in communities with access to trails networks (both soft surface and hard surface).
Wyoming Governor Mark Gordon’s proposal to make best use of new federal funding Wyoming will receive from the American Rescue Plan is focused on creating “a future where Wyoming can thrive”. Community-identified Active Transportation projects would help fulfill many of the Governor’s objectives, including:
- Have a long term impact or a return on investment.
- Be sustainable.
- Support stimulus over relief.
- Where possible, leverage the dollars.
- Create capacity for the future.
- Benefit a wide group of citizens.
As stated above, your voice really makes a difference and your input is vital to understanding the Active Transportation and Outdoor Recreation needs for your community, so if you have not yet taken the survey, please do so now.