Community Discussion: Bicycle and Pedestrian Planning

Join Kevin Lilly, City Engineer and Tyler Palmer, Streets/Fleet Manager for a report on the Portland State University Initiative for Bicycle and Pedestrian Innovation course entitled, “Comprehensive Bicycle and Pedestrian Design and Planning” attended last fall.

The goal of the Portland training was to provide practitioners with the fundamentals of pedestrian and bicycle planning and design to integrate transit access and connections, bridges, trail crossings, and other special features for application at the City as well as providing education for the community.



February 21 • 4 p.m.
City Hall
Council Chambers
206 E Third Street
Moscow, Idaho

Sponsored by the:

Active Living Task Force
The City of Moscow has created the Active Living Task Force to assist with the promotion and education of healthy and active living in our community. With the support of a grant from the Department of Health and Welfare and the support of Idaho Smart Growth, the ALTF strives to educate our community on the link between active and healthy living and transportation planning.

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