Movement for Everyone includes providing safe, reliable active transportation options for people who live, work and recreate in Boise. For decades, Boise has been working to develop a dedicated pathways system, beginning in the 1960's with the start of the Boise River Greenbelt. Building on the Pathways Master Plan, which envisions a 160-mile pathway network, the Pathways Program works to expand access to separated pathways for people walking, bicycling, rolling and strolling around Boise. The future pathway system will connect people to daily destinations like school, work, parks and shops.
The Pathways Program focuses on securing pathways through private development, through agreements with canal companies and property owners, and by working with partner agencies like ACHD and ITD to integrate the pathway network into roadway design.