Meet your neighbors, learn to see your streets in a new light, share concerns, and have a good meander with your friends at Idaho Walk Bike Alliance and The Pulse Running and Fitness Shop.
The Statehouse was abuzz as students from around the Treasure Valley lobbied for Safe Routes to School. Seventy-one students from Kuna, Middleton, Boise, Caldwell, Nampa, and Meridian presented their legislators with facts, personal stories, and persuasive arguments in favor of Safe Routes to School. While some legislators were cool to the subject, most were favorably […]
Our recently released bicycle survey has kicked up quite a honey-bee’s nest of attention, including some buzz from Boise Weekly. We want to thank everyone who participated in the survey and passed it along to friends and associates around Idaho. But the survey is only part of a larger project. We here at Idaho Walk […]
Idaho Walk Bike Summit Workshop Request for Proposals The Idaho Walk Bike Summit Planning Committee is now accepting workshop proposals for our Idaho Walk Bike Summit. With the motto “Move Forward,” our goal is to provide education and inspiration to a diverse audience through a selection of relevant topics. We wish to increase advocates’ effectiveness […]
Idaho Walk Bike Alliance will host Walk Bike Summit 2016, an event which will educate and inspire advocates from all over Idaho to better affect real change in their communities – urban and rural. The inaugural Summit will be held May 12 and 13, 2016, at Boise Center on the Grove. With the theme Move […]
Executive Director Cynthia Gibson and Immediate Past Board President Molly O’Reilly visited Idaho’s congressional offices on Capitol Hill during the national Walk Summit in D.C. The timing was ideal as the U.S. Congress works to iron out a long-term transportation bill and we continue to press for Transportation Alternatives Program funds to remain intact and […]