The mobility management program develops strategies and tools for better managing and delivering coordinated transportation services throughout the region, especially to older adults, individuals with disabilities and those with low incomes. The program analyzes service coverage and gaps, compiles options to use new and existing technologies to enhance access and mobility, provides better tools to better integrate mobility management into local land use decisions, and develops performance measures to assess accessibility, efficiency and effectiveness of transportation services.
- April 22, 2010
- Nampa Civic Center
- 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
- Sponsored by COMPASS and Valley Regional Transit
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COMPASS adopted a “Complete Streets” policy in August 2009 to promote roadways with an appropriate balance for motorists, bicyclists, transit, and pedestrians of all ages and abilities. By considering all users of roads, communities can increase their safety, efficiency, and economic vitality. To view the COMPASS Complete Streets Policy click here.
The planning process in the “3C” area, which includes Ada, Boise, Canyon, Elmore, Gem and Owyhee Counties, began with a series of meetings throughout southwest Idaho to determine mobility needs. Three meetings were then held on August 17, 2009, to determine appropriate strategies for fulfilling those needs. On September 8, the 3C LMMN Sponsor Ad-Hoc Committee prioritized those strategies. The prioritized strategies were incorporated into a local mobility management plan for the six counties in southwest Idaho .