A City for Everyone includes safe, reliable transportation options for people who live, work and recreate in Boise. The Boise Pathways Plan will build on the success of the Boise River Greenbelt to develop a robust system of off-street walking and biking pathways to safely connect our city and allow people to get around without relying on a vehicle.
Pathways Master Plan
Building on decades of planning efforts, community input, and the lessons learned from studying existing challenges and opportunities, the Boise Pathways Master Plan proposes 112 miles and 110 new pathway projects across the city. Combined with Boise’s ±50 miles of existing pathways, the built-out network will string together a total of over 160 miles of pathways. When completed, the overall pathway network will put 76 percent of current Boise residents within a half mile, or a 10-minute walk, of a pathway. It will connect Boiseans to a multitude of grocery stores, schools, parks and businesses across the city, expanding opportunities for transportation and recreation.