Help North Idaho plan non-motorized services by taking this survey. You DON’T need to live in Idaho to take it. Make your voice heard on non-motorized transportation:

Public Asked to Take Local Non-Motorized Survey

Kootenai Metropolitan Planning Organization (KMPO) is asking for assistance from the public in developing a region-wide Non-Motorized Transportation Plan and is soliciting input through an online survey.

The plan will be a tool to assist in the development of a non-motorized transportation network within the Kootenai region. It will identify policies, goals, and projects and may identify opportunities to provide facilities like pathways, sidewalks, and amenities such as bike parking.

In order to develop a plan that addresses the concerns, goals, and vision of the community, KMPO is seeking feedback on a variety of issues. This information is being gathered through a Non-Motorized Transportation Plan survey. The information will be used to identify future project needs for improving walking, biking, and other forms of non-motorized travel within the region

A link to the Non-Motorized Plan survey can be found on the home page of the KMPO website at www.kmpo.net. This survey is open to anyone who uses non-motorized transportation facilities, such as bike and walking paths, bike lanes, sidewalks and more within the Kootenai region. You do not have to be a Kootenai County resident to take this survey.

Please take the time to complete the survey and provide valuable information by Friday, March 13 so that the Kootenai Regional Non-Motorized Transportation Plan includes the visions, ideas, and priorities of the entire community.

For special accommodation/translation services, citizens can call 1-800-698-1927.

KMPO assures nondiscrimination in accordance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, and Civil Rights Restoration Act of 1987 (P.L. 100.259), and the Americans with Disabilities Act.