• City of Greeley mass transit services the campus. The main line runs along 11th Avenue. Stops are located 17th Street, 21st Street and 22nd Street.
• There are few restrictions on vehicular use. Because of this, motor vehicles are causing numerous conflicts with pedestrians. With further growth, these concerns will only increase.
The following issues are of most concern.
Vehicular routes around and through the campus have divided the campus into three distinct sections. Each section, Central Campus, West Campus, and the University Center Site, are isolated from one another due to the major arterial streets that bound them. Much of this was due to the suburban expansion and a lack of planning when the campus grew west into farmland in the 1960s. Because of the University's location within the City of Greeley, vehicular routes cause pedestrian conflicts in three primary areas. These include (1) the entire 11th Avenue corridor from 16th to 24th Streets, (2) Intersections along 20th Street at 10th Avenue, 11th Avenue, and 14th Avenue, and (3) the Intersection at 11th Avenue and 22nd Street.