The purpose of this study was to develop a comprehensive approach to mobility within downtown Boise and for people traveling from, to and through the downtown area. Our vision for downtown Boise includes:
An urban, pedestrian-oriented setting characterized by ease of movement and freedom from congestion for people and manageable congestion for vehicles.
A vibrant mix of uses, including housing, offices, services, retail, restaurants, hotels, public spaces, and cultural, entertainment, research and learning opportunities.
An interconnected, multi-modal system of transportation that sustains
this character and connects downtown Boise to the larger region.
Smooth connectivity between various activity centers within the study area.
Work on the study began in the spring of 2003. The final report and implementation plan were completed in Fall 2005.
FINAL GOALS AND OBJECTIVES
DOWNTOWN MOBILITY SURVEY
DBMS IMPLEMENTATION PROGRAM
SECTION 1 2025 GROWTH SCENARIO
SECTION 2 TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM PLAN (TSP) - PROGRAMS AND PROJECTS
SECTION 2 TSP - PAGE 14 MAP - DEVELOPMENT OF A REGIONAL TRANSIT SYSTEM
SECTION 2 TSP - PAGE 15 MAP - DEVELOPMENT OF A REGIONAL TRANSIT SYSTEM
SECTION 2 TSP - PHASING OF PROGRAMS AND MEASURES/SPECIFIC AREAS OF INTEREST (WITH MAP)
SECTION 3 STRATEGIC IMPLEMENTATION PLAN
SECTION 4 BUDGET
APPENDICES: FRONT AND MYRTLE IMPROVEMENT PLAN/SUMMARY OF TRAFFIC ANALYSIS RESULTS