The goal of the Transportation Policy Conference was to educate and raise awareness of the importance and benefits of walkable and bikeable communities to policy makers and other key stakeholders in the transportation community, through new investment, design and construction. Improving our walking and biking infrastructure will make it safer for Idahoans, especially children, to get to the places they need to go such as school, local parks, the library and home. We believe that additional investments in sidewalks, crosswalks, bike lanes, melds nicely with Governor Little’s initiative to keep Idahoans in the state by making Idaho’s communities more desirable to live and raise families. In addition, the leaders in the transportation community will be invited to talk about the future design, construction, funding and technology of other modes of transportation, such as automobiles, trucks, public transit and autonomous vehicles.
View our agenda below:We hope you joined us for this amazing event. To view biographical information on our speakers, please visit this page. If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact Idaho Walk Bike Alliance at email@example.com. Bike racks are located on the East and West side of the Capitol building, along 6th and 8th streets respectively. Handicap access is available on either side of the main steps on the Garden Level, as well as the first floor. If you want to get in contact with other attendees, please view the list of registrants below.