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.
Award Announcement April 2010 (73 KB)
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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