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Expert shares what it takes to fit cars, bikes and peds on city streets (access required)

Traffic officials across the country wrestle with the increasing popularity of bicycling and walking on street systems that were designed almost exclusively for cars. Portland and New York City have experimented with adding bike lanes and improving street crossings while ...

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Boise transportation workshop inspires Idaho communities (access required)

With “quality of life” firmly entrenched as a 21st century calling card for thriving communities, several Idaho communities have embraced the notion of adding bike lanes, better pedestrian access and slowed-down roads. Sandpoint has already completed nearly half of a ...

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State and region disagree about I-84 project in Canyon County (access required)

The region’s transportation planning agency has hit the ball back to the Idaho Transportation Department regarding a $13.35 million project to rehabilitate Interstate 84 between US Highway 20/26 in Caldwell and Franklin Boulevard in Nampa. ITD dropped the proposed I-84 ...

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