The following guest commentary by Cynthia Gibson, Idaho Walk Bike Alliance’s Executive Director, appeared in the Post Register in August. Guest column: Aware and considerate Posted: August 17, 2016 1:40 a.m. By Cynthia Gibson Let’s not forget that our roads are public space and are paid for by everyone — no matter their travel […]
WHO: Idaho Walk Bike Alliance WHAT: A temporary public park around the corner from our office in front of Bittercreek Alehouse and Red Feather Lounge. WHERE: 8th Street (between Idaho and Bannock), Boise, Idaho WHEN: Friday, September 16, 2016, 12 – 4 p.m. WHY: Streets are for people too! So, we hope to call attention to the way our streets are […]
We are looking for approximately 7-10 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 9. The marathon and half marathon race routes are on the Boise Greenbelt so it is the perfect location for walking or riding your bike to your volunteer post. Idaho […]
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Safe Routes to School Campaign Coordinator Job Summary – Scope Statement This position will partner closely with Idaho Walk Bike Alliance’s (IWBA) partners to move their non-motorized policy priorities forward. Founded in 2009, IWBA’s mission is to make Idaho streets safe for anyone who chooses to use active transportation, improve the health of Idaho’s youth, […]
Our work in 2015 brought us closer to achieving the vision of a transportation system throughout Idaho that supports and encourages walking and bicycling. Here’s a recap of just some of the things YOUR support made possible. THANK YOU for being an active transportation HERO! Not a member yet? Join the walking and biking movement […]