IPBA works to make walking, bicycling, and other human-powered transportation a viable choice in our daily lives. We envision a seamless network of streets, sidewalks, and paths providing safe and convenient non-motorized transportation options for people throughout Idaho. We do this through education, advocacy and technical assistance.
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|Bike/Ped funds in the Federal Transportation bill, MAP-21|
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We're excited to announce that the Steps to a Walkable Community Guide now has an online home at
Walksteps.org is an interactive online resource aimed at putting innovative, pro-walking tactics in the hands of citizens, planners, and engineers!
- Walksteps.org is ready for YOU to:
1. Create your own pro-walking plan.
2. Collect your favorite tactics from a range of disciplines.
3. Select the category that interests you and start learning and compiling tactics.
Check out all the pro-walking tactic categories and case studies:
- Land Use
- Design and Engineering
- Encouragement and Education
Creating a pedestrian-friendly community often means tackling the challenges to walking from several different angles at the same time. To address that reality, Sam Schwartz Engineering and America Walks teamed up to create the guide Steps to a Walkable Community, now available in multiple formats (website, pdf, and hardcopy).
Walksteps.org was created through support from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) in partnership with the American Public Health Association (APHA).