Free technical assistance is available through the Sonoran Institute’s New Mobility West program. New Mobility West was created to help communities across Idaho, Wyoming, Colorado and Montana address issues at the nexus of transportation planning and community and economic development. Examples include:
• Mitigating issues with state highways running through a community
• Strategic capital improvement planning & investment
• Improving aging commercial corridors
Applications are due December 5th. Find more information by visiting our Resource page: http://idahowalkbike.org/resources/
It is recommended that you contact Jillian Sutherland to discuss your proposed project prior to applying: email@example.com
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Protected Bike Lanes Mean Business
In this report from PeopleForBikes and the Alliance for Biking & Walking, 15 entrepreneurs and business leaders from major U.S. cities explain how protected bike lanes — on-street lanes that are physically separated from automobile traffic by curbs, planters, parked cars or posts — has meant big benefits for their companies.
The report combines this original reporting with an overview of the latest academic and technical research to find changes associated with four mega-trends.
Visit our Resource Page to view the report: http://idahowalkbike.org/resources/
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