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Boise transportation collaborative seeks input on commuter options

The newly-formed Downtown Mobility Collaborative has partnered with the Idaho Policy Institute at Boise State University to research citizen awareness of transportation options in the Treasure Valley. A short online survey has been created to evaluate participants’ commuting habits and familiarity with current transportation options.

The collaborative is a public-private partnership with the City of Boise, Capital City Development Corporation, Valley Regional Transit, Boise State University and Ada County Highway District. The collaborative will focus on expanding the availability of transportation options and encouraging the use of alternative modes of transportation to and around downtown Boise. Through reducing the use of single-occupancy vehicles, the Downtown Mobility Collaborative aims to promote a more connected transportation system, as well as a more sustainable and economically viable downtown.

The survey can be found at and is open until Nov. 18.