Contact TAP Coordinator by Nov. 10
Are you applying for Transportation Alternatives Program (TAP) Funding? You MUST contact your TAP Coordinator no later than November 10! This is a state holiday, but you can leave a voicemail or send an email to satisfy this requirement. Include basic information about your project when you call or email your TAP Coordinator such as […]
Idaho Drops 7 Points in Bicycle Friendly State Ranking…why?
The League of American Bicyclists recently released its 2017 Bicycle Friendly State ranking. Idaho moved down from #21 to #28 in these rankings between 2015 and 2017; there was no 2016 report. Why is this important? Let’s start with some quick history. The Bicycle Friendly State rankings are based on five categories: Infrastructure and Funding; Education and Encouragement; Legislation […]
Webinar Recording Available to Help You Decide How to Fund Your Community’s Bike/Ped Projects
Check out this webinar recording to learn which grant program is best to fund your active transportation projects. Ken Kanownik, who manages the Transportation Alternatives Program (TAP) at the Idaho Transportation Department (ITD), and Amanda LaMott, who manages the TAP and Children Pedestrian Safety Project (CPSP) programs at the Local Highway Technical Assistance Council (LHTAC), presented information to […]
Join us for a Webinar on November 1 to Learn More about Funding Your Community’s Bike/Ped Projects!
Please join us for a webinar on Wednesday, November 1 at 11:00 a.m. MST / 10:00 a.m. PST to learn which grant program is best to fund your active transportation projects. Ken Kanownik, who manages the Transportation Alternatives Program (TAP) at the Idaho Transportation Department, and Amanda LaMott, who manages the TAP and Children Pedestrian Safety Project (CPSP) programs […]
Call for 2018 Summit Workshop Proposals
The Idaho Walk Bike Summit Planning Committee is now accepting workshop proposals for the second biennial Idaho Walk Bike Summit. The 2018 Summit will take place in Boise, Idaho, all day Thursday, May 17, and Friday morning, May 18. Our goal is to provide education and training to a diverse audience through a selection of […]
Grants Available for Pedestrian and Bicycle Safety Projects!
Application deadlines are 21. During the 2017 Legislative Session, a companion bill to major transportation legislation established a funding mechanism for children pedestrian safety projects on the state and local system. The Local Highway Technical Assistance Council (LHTAC) and the Idaho Transportation Department (ITD) developed a joint program to fund these projects. Program guidance can be found here and […]
Seeking Volunteers for the City of Trees Marathon in Boise on 10/8
Helpers Needed to Staff a Water Station and Conduct Bike Sweeps We are looking for helpers to staff a water station and conduct bike sweeps at the City of Trees Marathon and Half Marathon taking place in Boise on Sunday, October 8. The marathon and half marathon race routes are on the Boise Greenbelt so it is the perfect location for […]
The City of Eagle Wants Your Input on Pathways & Trails Plan
Attend a workshop on October 5 and/or complete an online survey Read more about these opportunities for public input in the City’s press release below. EAGLE SEEKING INPUT ON CITY PATHWAYS & TRAILS PLAN October Workshop will generate ideas for future trails and pathways The City of Eagle, Idaho is embarking on a citywide Pathways […]
September Newsletter Now Online!
September Newsletter: We’re PARK(ing) It on 9/15, Funding for Child Pedestrian Safety Projects, Walk to School Day…and more! Read it online now.