Conceptual bikeways and pedestrian improvements will be the focus of a public open house hosted by St. Luke’s from 5 to 7 p.m. Nov. 19 at Boise Senior Center, 690 Robbins Road.
At the meeting, David Foster of Salt Lake City-based Alta Planning + Design will be available to discuss possibilities under consideration, including cycle tracks, bike signals, raised crossings, roundabouts, and other suggestions from local bicyclists, neighborhood leaders and pedestrian advocates. He will also share case studies of other communities.
The open house is part of a series of public gatherings hosted by St. Luke’s in conjunction with the proposed expansion of the downtown campus. St. Luke's is seeking to modernize the Boise medical center to meet local and regional healthcare needs for many years to come.
The campus master plan was approved earlier this year by the Boise City Council.
In the last few months, Foster participated in three local meetings with bike-pedestrian advocates, agency representatives and members of the community.
For more information, please email [email protected] or call Theresa McLeod, director of community relations, at (208) 381-1864.
Amy Stahl formerly worked in the Communications and Marketing department at St. Luke's.