City of Sandpoint’s Aaron Qualls hold up a new U.S. Bicycle Route #10 Sign
Thanks to the Equinox Foundation, we received a grant to purchase and install road signs to mark U.S. Bicycle Route #10 through the Idaho Panhandle. it follows the International Selkirk Loop, the Panhandle Historic River Passages State Scenic Byway and the Pend Oreille National Scenic Byway.
“With the positive economic impacts from trail and bike tourism being well documented in many parts of the country, it is exciting for beautiful North Idaho to be a part of one of the worlds largest cycling networks,” states Aaron Qualls, Sandpoint City Planner
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Paris Mayor Lewis Puts Main Street on a Road Diet
Mayor Lewis and ITD District 5 Engineer Corey Krantz created a Main Street that slows traffic down. All it took was the right design and some paint. Traffic has slowed down, more people are walking, and everyone feels safer.