2014 Regional Travel Patterns Study
In 2014, the Roaring Fork Transportation Authority (RFTA) conducted an update of the Regional Travel Patterns Study (RTPS) of the Colorado River Valley and Roaring Fork Valley from Parachute to Aspen. The RTPS provides local jurisdictions and planning agencies with information on travel demand within the study area. This report is intended to serve as a resource for those agencies seeking information about current and future travel needs for motor vehicles, for public transit and for walking and bicycling.
2015 RFTA Regional Bicycle, Pedestrian & Transit Access Plan
The purpose of this plan is to provide a clear framework for the development of new facilities, that in combination with existing facilities, will support safe and efficient bicycling and walking throughout the region from Aspen to Parachute. The chief outcome of this plan establishes a region wide 25-year prioritized list of projects that integrate the bicycle and pedestrian system with the overall transportation system. These projects shall improve bicycle and pedestrian accessibility to home, education, employment, training, health care, shopping, entertainment, recreation, and other daily necessities; with a particular focus on access to major transit stations.
Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) Statewide/Regional Planning
Regional Assessor and GIS Data
Comprehensive Plan, 2010 Update
Parks, Recreation & Trails Department
Community Connectivity Plan (CCP)
Parks, Open Space, Trails, Recreation (POSTR) Master Plan
Crown Mountain Park Recreation District
Comprehensive Plan, 2013 Update
Planning Department Documents