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 Cycling is fun and healthy and reduces the number of cars on the road. What can you do to make cycling fun, and safe for yourself and others?
Click on the alert to find cycling related alerts provided by the League of American Cyclists.


 What can a community do to make cycling safe? Watch this video.

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What is Lewiston doing?
City of Lewiston Master Bike Plan

 

What's up with MAP-21?

Download or just watch the video of League of American Bicyclists webinar explaining new Federal law impacting bike/ped projects. For an overview watch the first 28 minutes. Posted 8/17/2012

 

Organizations

 

International Bicycle Fund A non-governmental, nonprofit, advocacy organization, promoting sustainable transport and international understanding. Major areas of activity are non-motorized urban planning, economic development, bike safety education, responsible travel and bicycle tourism, and cross-cultural, educational programs.

Complete Streets is short hand for laws which require new and rebuilt road construction to account for egress for all, cars, pedestrians, and cyclists. This website explains it all.

Bicycle Friendly Community This is theone that recorgnizes Portland.

International Bike Fund IBF's objective is to create a sustainable, people-friendly environment by creating opportunities of the highest practicable quality for bicycle transportation.

Bicylinginfor.org This page has lots of information regarding pathways and communities. I like this Bikeability Chelist pdf. It is part of the PEdestrian and Bicycle Information Center and has a companion site for walkers at walkinginfo.org.

Ride of Silence Learn about the history of this organization which sponsors rides in memoriam of cyclists who have lost their lives or been injured while cycling. The group seeks to raise awareness of cyclists and to encourage sharing the road.

Safe Routes to School National Center

Mobility Education Foundation Engage teens in driver's ed to consider alternative transportation. Pilot project in Federal Way.

Bicycle Alliance of Washington

League of American Bicyclists
see Policy Reports

Adventure Cycling

Bicycle Watchdog Report road hazards. Okay, this is mostly aimed at the west side of WA but you get the idea.

Bicycling in Washington Rich site with laws, tips, routes


 

Know the Law

Downloadable Resources for the police to use in enforcing and educating cycling law from the League of Illinois Bicyclists.

Idaho Cycling Law

Idaho Bicycling and Pedestrian Transportation Plan

Washington Cycling Law

Laws for All the States Listed

Contact officials

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Federal

State of Idaho

Start with the ITD's Biking and Walking in Idaho. It's new Dec of 2010

If you can't find what you are looking for at Idaho Transportation Department, please contact the state

Bicycle and Pedestrian Coordinator, Maureen Gresham

Bicycle / Pedestrian Coordinator
Idaho Department of Transportation
Box 7129
Boise ID 83707-1129
208-334-8272; Fax 208-334-4432
maureen.greswham@itd.idaho.gov

Nez Perce County Road and Bridge Department

Road Director: Kevin Poole
Address: 0105 33rd Street
Lewiston, ID 83501
Phone: (208) 799-3062
E-mail:kevinpoole@co.nezperce.id.us

State of Washington

Paula Reeves, Local Planning Liaison
Bicycle and Pedestrian Coordinator
Highways and Local Programs

http://www.wsdot.wa.gov/bike/default.htm
WSDOT
310 Maple Park Ave SE
P.O. Box 47390
Olympia, WA 98504-7390
360-705-7258; Fax 360-705-6822
E-mail: ReevesP@wsdot.wa.gov

Bicycle & Pedestrian Coordinator


Asotin County Department of Public Works

Questions or concerns regarding street maintenance or repairs can be directed to the Public Works Department by calling 509-243-2074 from 7:30 am until 5:00 pm Monday through Friday.

 

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