An Invitation to Discuss Transportation in Boise

An Invitation to Discuss Transportation in Boise

Thank you to the hundreds of Boise residents who participated in Community Conversations over the past year.

This year, Community Conversations shifts its focus to transportation and public transit. This topic emerged as a major theme from the previous round of Community Conversations where citizens from across Boise came together to discuss and chart Boise’s future. More background on the previous sessions can be found here.

In this series of Community Conversations, Boise resident will have the opportunity to discuss all aspects of transportation, including public transit, bicycling, walking and automobile travel. Participants will help identify transportation concerns throughout the city, as well as provide feedback on the city’s transportation priorities into the future.

The city will host two opportunities for this series, with the May 11 session including child care and children’s activities. Both workshops are open to all Boise residents and each session will cover the same material, so residents only need to sign up for one session. Questions can be sent to

Interested residents should register no later than May 6 through the following links.

Community Conversation on Transportation | Session One

Thursday, May 9

6-8 p.m.

Boise State University, Alumni and Friends Center

1173 W. University Drive, Boise

Free parking provided



Community Conversation on Transportation | Session Two

Saturday, May 11

10 a.m. – noon

Saint Alphonsus Boise, McCleary Auditorium

1055 N. Curtis Road, Boise

Free parking provided

Child care and activities provided