Idaho Transportation Department


Maureen Gresham has been Bike/Pedestrian Coordinator for the Sate of Idaho for a little over a year now. She has been actively reaching out to Idaho Communities seaking ways to improve communication. Recently the ITD’s Bike/Ped page has received a new update. It is surprisingly rich. If you’ve thought Idaho didn’t care about its cyclists, this may change your mind.–Corrie


Biking and Walking in IdahoIdaho is committed to bicycle and pedestrian mobility. These forms of transportation provide healthy, economically beneficial and green mobility alternatives. The two modes are also key links within the entire transportation network in Idaho, which includes motor vehicles, transit, aeronautics, and a seaport. This commitment includes developing facilities for use by pedestrians and bicyclists and providing public educational, promotional, and safety programs.This web page includes information and links to ITD initiatives related to bicycling and walking, tips and resources for bicycling and walking in Idaho, information on how bicycle and pedestrian projects are implemented, as well as useful links to other organizations that are committed to bicycle and pedestrian mobility.Learn more by clicking belowState Bicycle and Pedestrian ProgramGetting Around by Walking/BikingAvailable Publications and ToolsRegulations and StandardsHave an Idea, Proposal or Project?Existing Projects and ProgramsRelated Programs and Useful Links

via Idaho Transportation Department.

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