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Idaho launches new mobility Website

Posted on August 31, 2009

Idaho has a new Website, Mobilityidaho.org, enabling citizens to identify convenient, cost-effective and green mobility and public transportation options.

The new site offers visitors information about and opportunities to participate in the design and management of Idaho's evolving efforts to move people using a mix of transportation modes. It also serves as a central point through which citizens may plan and coordinate local mobility efforts by learning what others are doing across the state, what resources are available for expanding mobility options and accessing necessary documents.

Site visitors can find updated information about local, regional and state mobility activities on one of three online calendars -- Events, Planning and Funding. They also can view mobility news articles, sign up for mobility information updates and access a monthly statewide multi-modal ridership report.

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