The Statewide Bicycle and Pedestrian Program

The Idaho Transportation Department's Bicycle and Pedestrian Program is primarily focused on statewide coordination and long-range planning. The program is organized around the 5 Es of planning and coordination.

  • Develop and distribute educational materials about bicycle and pedestrian safety and mobility
  • Support locally sponsored programs with technical information and materials
  • Highlight/host training on best practices
  • Encouragement
  • Promote statewide programs that support commuting by riding or walking (including connections to transit)
  • Highlight the benefits of healthy and active transportation choices
  • Support locally sponsored programs and events with technical information and materials
  • Provide information about route planning
  • Engineering
  • Provide technical assistance within ITD and to local communities related to the review of bicycle/pedestrian facility design, construction, and maintenance
  • Provide information on best practices
  • Highlight/host training on the best practices
  • Enforcement
  • Raise awareness of Idahcode/relevant laws
  • Partner with law enforcement community
  • Evaluation/Planning
  • Develop a new, statewide Bicycle and Pedestrian Plan considering the goals, objectives and recommended initiatives outlined in the 2014 Idaho Statewide Bicycle and Pedestrian Study.
  • Work with local governments to identify potential funding sources for projects.
  • Provide technical assistance to local communities for bicycle and pedestrian planning.


    Bicycle and Pedestrian Program Contact Information

    Brian Shea

    Sr. Transportation Planner

    Phone: 208-334-8828


    Maps and Visitor Information

    Bike Map

    Highway Video Log

    Highway Map

    Idaho 511

    Travel Guides and Maps

    Idaho Trails

    Strava Bike/Run Heatmap


    Idaho Statutes on Pedestrians and Bicycles

    Bicycle Commuter Guide

    Bicycling Street Smarts

    Rules of the Road Education Cards

    Idaho Statewide Bicycle and Pedestrian Study (2014)

    Walk Smart

    Keeping Informed

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