by Josh Gross
May is National Bike Month and that means it is also the time that The League of American Bicyclists releases its national data and rankings on bike issues and infrastructure.
On a score of one to five, Idaho got a one for infrastructure and funding; twos for legislation and enforcement, evaluation and planning and policies and programs; and a three for education and encouragement.
Though we got attaboys for the number of bike commuters and a Share the Road campaign, the report's top tip for improvement is: "Adopt a state bicycle plan and establish a bicycle advisory committee to oversee implementation."
The report also dinged Idaho for its opposition to using federal funds for bike projects.
The complete Idaho Report Card can be read here.