- Efficiently coordinate and facilitate partner efforts to support programs that enhance safety and improve access for people walking, biking or taking public transportation while removing barriers to active participation in those transportation modes.
- Create an information and communication network concerning the opportunities and health benefits of such participation.
The Idaho Transportation Department is committed to achieving a safe, effective, and balanced multimodal transportation system that includes accommodations for bicyclists, pedestrians, and pedestrians with disabilities, along with public transportation and other motorized modes.
- Promote and facilitate the increased use of non-motorized modes of transportation to improve the health and wellness of the community.
- Develop infrastructure such as sidewalks and bike lanes for people walking and bicycling.
- Develop public education, promotional and safety programs for people walking and bicycling.
- Foster a safe, mobility-focused public transportation system that promotes economic opportunity and growth for all Idaho citizens.
- Implement transportation-related projects that improve the outdoor air quality in areas that are not meeting the National Air Quality Standards, e.g., improved public transit services, park-n-ride lots, van/car pools, bike lanes, bike storage, etc.