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|Local Flat Rate (Unlimited mileage within Laramie.)||$12|
|Mingles Flat Rate (Up To 5 Miles)||$3|
|Laramie Regional Airport Flat Rate (Unlimited Mileage)||$15|
|On-Location Wait Time (per 5-minute block; first 5 minutes free)||$6|
|Lost Item Delivery Fee (Within City Limits)||$12|
|Vomit/Major Spills/Excessive Cleanup Fee||$125|
Oct 18, 16:08
Quick note: We have discontinued our "Happy Hour" discount from 6-9 P.M. All rides will be subject to our normal flat rate ($12 anywhere- unlimited stops, unlimited mileage anywhere in and just outside of Laramie...with the exception of the airport, which is still at a $15 flat rate).
Oct 05, 17:45
Statement Regarding Possible 15th Street Closure The following is our official statement and public comment that we, as longtime locals and small business owners, have submitted to the City of Laramie regarding the possibility of changes to 15th street at UW. This is obviously a very controversial, hot local topic that we felt compelled to give our input on (as it impacts us directly)...and we highly encourage our customers to let their voices be heard as well. For more information on how to do so, please contact Laramie Live or Keep 15th Street Open: "To Whom It May Concern: Our names are Matthew Peck and Chantelle Brawley. We are the owners and operators of Snowy Range Taxi, Laramie's primary taxi company and the longest-standing taxi company in Laramie history. Together, we have personally been in the Laramie transit and delivery industry for close to a combined 3 decades, and are longtime Laramie locals. As you can imagine, we have a vested interest in any major changes made to 15th street at the University of Wyoming. We traverse this area, and depend on free-flowing traffic through it, possibly more than anyone else in Laramie...without exaggeration. We are acutely aware of the importance that 15th street serves to transit, delivery, etc., and we are very much aware of how traffic behaves and is impacted throughout Laramie under various circumstances and at various times of the day, week, and year. With that in mind, we would like to voice our vehement, adamant objection to any plan of action that would further delay or impede traffic along 15th street at UW. 15th street is one of the most important, direct, and convenient north-south arteries in Laramie. The consequences of closing or even simply further impeding traffic along this route have been observed even recently.....both during the 15th street bridge closure earlier in the year as well as during the construction to the 15th & Grand intersection all summer and fall. It is important to note that even slight impediments (partial lane closures, etc) have routinely cause traffic to back up for blocks during the mornings and evenings. Therefore, not only do we believe closing the street is an inherently bad idea, but other ideas (additional stoplights or crosswalks) that impede traffic would be even more disastrous. Furthermore, we do not believe the city, UW, or state legislature have considered the snowball effects of such changes to 15th street. Wait times and costs (to both businesses and consumers) for delivery, taxis/transit, etc. will go up in the event of major impediment or detour...leading to disgruntled customers, inconvenienced businesses, and potential monetary losses for small and large businesses alike in our community. Access to the cemetary, residences, and even parts of the UW campus will be even more difficult and time consuming. GameDay traffic will be chaotic at best. Furthermore, it is well-known that none of these three entities (city, state, UW) have the funding to complete any major (and unnecessary) projects. Lastly, any major project here would also take time...years, even...and the public has grown weary of having such large projects on major arteries drag on the last few years (something that is unavoidably going to continue in other areas). Another important thing to note is that Laramie residents are still very sore from the UW takeover of Lewis Street, and the consistent pressure UW puts on area homeowners as it attempts to expand. The local sentiment is beginning to boil over, where UW is generally regarded as a hostile entity that does not consider the needs of the City and of local residents...and is not regarded as a good neighbor. This has been repeated by thousands of residents across various social media platforms, as well as in person during meetings and public hearings. Too many residents already feel like the closure of 15th is already set in stone, because the perception is that UW generally gets what it wants...regardless of public input. The City has the opportunity to change that narrative, and take a stand on behalf of the desires of its residents and constituents. We highly suggest the City capitalize on such on opportunity. It is painfully, blatantly clear that the majority of Laramie residents object to any closure to, or further impediment of, traffic in this area. Traffic is already slowed to 20 mph through this area, with multiple stoplights and crosswalks..and the area is well patrolled by UWPD and LPD. We feel this is sufficient enough. It is our opinion that it is incumbent upon the student body of UW to properly utilize the existing crosswalks...something we all (hopefully) learned as children. It is also incumbent upon drivers to pay attention and obey the traffic laws that already exist, and it is the responsibility of the corresponding law enforcement departments to actively enforce said laws. There is never a complete cure-all for any given situation in which humans are involved. That does not mean that a small handful of irresponsible pedestrians and drivers should hold this kind of power over the city at large, and this does not mean that the University should have the power to protect its special interests above all else. "Protecting pedestrian traffic" (where there is little issue to begin with) and supposedly "unifying campus" (whereas UW has property all over the city and county and complete unification is impossible) are two examples of shallow, unsubstantiated reasoning that UW is using to push something they've wanted for years. We highly suggest that the City and UW examine the possibility of an elevated (or subterranean) crossing at Ivinson, and make every effort to ensure that should such a plan be executed, it is done with minimal cost [read:bloat, at the expense of taxpayers] and as little of delay/project time as possible. We also strongly urge that the City and UW inform the State that traffic studies need to be completed as well. This would help to validate residents' concerns and perhaps force UW to think of alternate solutions. We are highly dismayed that a legislature that largely does not live nor work here would acquiesce to the lobbying of UW, and spring this upon the residents of Laramie. With all due respect to the parties involved, the underhandedness has not gone unnoticed by any of us. Respectfully Submitted, Matthew D. Peck Chantelle D. Brawley Snowy Range Taxi, LLC Laramie, Wyoming"
Sep 30, 17:27
It's GameDay, Pokes fans! Remember, we'll be open earlier than our normal times; we'll start taking calls starting at 3 P.M.! ☀️ Wake up Cowboy fans! Gameday Central: http://bit.ly/2fYpexq
Sep 29, 17:04
Don't forget, tomorrow is GameDay in Laramie, and we'll be open early at 3 P.M.! Be safe, stay warm, and give us a call for all your evening/nighttime rides!
Sep 23, 17:01
It's GameDay, folks! UW opens conference play tonight on ESPN2! We'll be open early at 3 P.M.; give us a call at 307-343-2323.....and don't forget to download our app! On the national stage again! Gameday Central: http://bit.ly/2fGEejI
Sep 22, 16:41
Slight adjustment to pricing on UW Football Gamedays, as we alluded to earlier in the week: There will be no Happy Hour, and runs over 3 miles (about 10% of all runs we take) will be subject to additional mileage charges. These changes will not affect the majority of our customers, but as usual, we've always wanted to be transparent with any changes that we make. These changes have been noted on our mobile app and on our website as well.
Sep 21, 15:49
As mentioned yesterday, we have migrated to a new app developer/host. The new version of our app is now available, but updates are not getting pushed to everyone for some reason. Feel free to go to your respective app store and manually uninstall/reinstall the app to get the new version. Also, feel free to report any bugs to us (or to the developer directly through the store).
Sep 20, 16:55
Just as a friendly reminder, we will be opening a bit late tonight, at 7 P.M. As many of you know, we're a small family business; we've got some long-distance family obligations to tend to today and we'll be back in town a little bit later than anticipated. We apologize for the inconvenience, but we appreciate the understanding. Also, as a side note: We are currently in the process of migrating mobile app hosts/developers, as the old developer has merged with a new one. If anyone has any issues with our app, please hang tight. We hope to have any issues that pop up resolved within a week or so.
Sep 20, 02:43
Quick note: We will be opening an hour late (at 7 P.M) tomorrow (Wednesday). We apologize for the inconvenience. Have a great week, Laramie!
Sep 17, 16:48
Post-Oregon notes and updates: Thanks for coming out, everyone! We were able to keep wait times much lower than we expected for the most part. We do apologize for those who were kept waiting for a short time before midnight, however. For the first time in several years, Chantelle was physically assaulted by a drunk and aggressive customer and we had to deal with that situation. Thankfully, it wasn't serious and she chose to continue on afterwards. Big thanks to the Laramie Police Department for their response and support, as usual. We try to avoid major delays, and we do apologize for the inconvenience...but we appreciate the understanding. As expected, many Uber customers were gouged for upwards of $50-$60 (or more) for 1 to 2 mile rides at times last night. Customers who took Snowy Range Taxi paid an average of about $8, regardless of mileage (even right after the game), and were able to capitalize quite a bit on our $3 Mingles flat rate. While after much thought and debate, we will be revisiting and readjusting our GameDay pricing to better reflect and control demand and our business's needs, we have never and will never gouge our customers so egregiously. Thanks for sticking with us even through the busiest and most crazy of times through the years, Laramie. Here's to many more!
Sep 16, 18:31
It's GameDay, Laramie! A big one at the War vs. Oregon! Remember, we open early at 3 P.M. and run all the way to 6 A.M.! Have fun, stay safe, and don't drink and drive! 307-343-2323 or download our app. Let's pack the War with gold! Gameday Central: http://bit.ly/2f1a2yY
Sep 15, 20:15
Lots of stuff happening tonight! Be safe and stay warm out there, and give us a call if you need an inexpensive lift! Today's the day! Just 12 hours to go! Don't forget to tag your photos with #laramiemashup and follow along with us here and with @downtownlaramie on Instagram for more as we setup and start the fun at 7 pm!
Sep 13, 16:53
Don't forget, this Friday is the Downtown Mash Up, and Saturday is the big Wyoming Cowboy Football game versus Oregon (which is virtually sold-out)! Please be safe and responsible, and give us a call if you need a ride! Like everyone, we are expecting big crowds and slightly longer wait times, so make sure to call ahead. Remember, though, we do not have surge pricing and will NOT be raising prices for this weekend's events. We will still be running a $12 flat rate (unlimited mileage/stops), and our discounted $8 flat rate from 6-9 P.M...on top of our $3 flat rate (up to 5 miles) to or from Mingles Lounge & Adult Daycare. See you all this weekend!
Sep 09, 18:45
It's GameDay, Laramie! The 2017 home opener is upon us. Remember, we open early at 3 P.M., and will be available until 6 A.M.! 1/3 off all rides between 6 and 9 P.M. 307-343-2323 or download our mobile app. See you in The War! #OneWyoming #GoWyo Gameday Central: http://bit.ly/2wOR8TO
Sep 08, 17:48
2017 Wyoming Cowboy Football GameDay transportation information and reminders!
Sep 07, 17:58
Lots of stuff going on in Laramie the next few weekends! The Street Dance is tomorrow! Right in front of the shop. Come down to 1st and Custer Street anytime after 4:00 pm and see local art, local music, dance performances and enjoy local beer.
Sep 06, 21:48
ICYMI: Alcohol will now be available at Wyoming Cowboy Football home games! Please be safe and responsible. We will be opening early at 3 P.M. on Saturday, and our prices are lower than they've been in a very long time. Plus, no surge pricing and a simple, guaranteed flat rate when you ride with us! Beer and wine will be sold at Wyoming Cowboy Football this fall. Full details: http://bit.ly/2tGS8b4
Sep 05, 16:56
A few notes and updates: This weekend is the home opener for Wyoming Cowboy Football! Snowy Range Taxi is proud to have been Laramie's #1 private transportation provider for Cowboy fans for nearly a decade, but this year things are better than ever before. Our prices have dropped drastically, our wait times have improved, and we have a mobile app with loyalty rewards and more! ***We will be opening early on GameDay at 3 P.M., so don't hesitate to give us a call!*** We do still have our Happy Hour from 6-9 P.M., but there has been a slight change. Our Happy Hour flat rate is now $8 (unlimited stops/mileage within and just outside of Laramie), which still makes us the least expensive paid option for around 80% of all rides in Laramie during those times. And don't forget, we also have a $3 flat rate (up to 5 miles) to or from Mingles Lounge & Adult Daycare. Our Laramie Airport flat rate has also been adjusted to $15 (unlimited mileage). Both new and old customers have continued to inquire about reinstating daytime service. Unfortunately, this is still not in our plans for the foreseeable future.There just isn't enough business in Laramie during the daytime, and increasing competition and price wars have made it even less realistic or profitable than before. We apologize for the inconvenience, but we appreciate the understanding. Remember, we accept all major credit and debit cards, along with Paypal, Samsung Pay, Apple Pay and more!
Aug 28, 16:22
Welcome (and welcome back) UW students! Move-In Day is here! Tired of shady cab companies? Looking for an alternative to Uber? Give us a try! We think you'll be pleasantly surprised. We're open today from noon to midnight with lots of deals and specials going on, so give us a call or download our app. For our longtime regulars: We ARE open to the general public today as well, not just UW students.
Aug 26, 18:34
Just a reminder folks, we will be OPEN to the public on Monday (Aug 28th), from noon to midnight, for move-in day. All UW students get half-priced rides with student ID or enrollment paperwork. Have a great weekend everyone!
Aug 22, 21:40
This past weekend, our family was treated to a visit to the HOME on the RANGE animal haven just south of town. This is a great place that takes care of abandoned and neglected animals and stock, or those whose owners simply can't take care of them anymore. Some of the animals they are home to include horses/ponies, goats, donkeys, chickens, turkeys, etc. This is an absolutely great place with great people, but keep in mind they are a self-funded nonprofit, and can always use donations...either monetary or material (like hay and such). Please consider giving them a "Like" on Facebook, and getting in touch with them to arrange a visit or see what you can do to help out!