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Transportation Open House

City to take in public comments


Got a bee in your bike shorts about city transportation planning? Go to the city's Tuesday, September 26 Transportation Open House at Boise City Hall. Karen Gallagher, Boise's transportation planner, said in a news release that the open house will be an opportunity for citizens to learn how the city's current recommendations will benefit them, as well as provide a forum for citizens to share their suggestions and insights.

"As Boise continues to grow, transportation planning will affect everyone," Gallagher said. "Specific input and suggestions from the public will be included in our recommendations to the City Council for implementation."

The open house will be located in the third floor Council Chambers at City Hall 3-7 p.m. Transportation recommendations will be on display and city officials will be on hand to answer questions and collect comments from the public.

Open house participants will get parking validation at the Capitol Terrace Public Parking Garage off Main Street. Input and other results from the open house will be presented to the Boise City Council on October 10.