I-way is a growing statewide system that connects people in Idaho through an exciting mix of transportation options, giving Idaho and economic and quality-of-life advantage while helping keep our state clean and beautiful.
The core of I-way is local decision-making and coordination, which is facilitated by CTAI’s District Mobility Managers in partnership with local leaders, citizens, transportation providers, and other mobility supporters. The ultimate goal of I-way is to connect virtually every corner of Idaho by creating a multi-modal system of travel. Several of our latest successes are listed below.
- City of Dover created a coalition of communities to participate in a new bus system.
- City of Ponderay passed a Resort City local option tax to help fund public transportation.
- Saturday service was implemented in Moscow as a result of funding through a USDA grant and the City of Moscow.
- Bannock Metropolitan Planning Organization partnered with Pocatello Regional Transit by transferring a van in order to expand rural services in the Pocatello area.
- Creation of the www.I-way.org website as Idaho's single online transportation resource.
- Development of Idaho's 511 Transit system which provides bus routes, stops, and schedules.
- Development of LINX project which provides the first real time vehicle location and onboard Wi-fi system in the eastern Idaho region on the START bust Teton Valley commuter route.
- Creation of I-way Leadership Awards to recognize individuals and organizations throughout Idaho that have demonstrated innovation and commitment to improving mobility in Idaho.
Click here to learn more about I-way’s processes and to support Idaho’s growing system of flexible travel options that work for you!
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