The first extended school break in months is coming, which means a deluge of students are chomping at the bit to get out of town. But there are several things students should know for the break to ensure the best possible traveling experience. Most silver and purple parking lots on campus will not be enforced […]
Transportation legislation passed at end of session BOISE — After two amendments, the formation of a rare conference committee and weeks of testimonies, a comprehensive transportation bill was sent to the governor’s desk at 1:30 a.m. Saturday, effectively marking the end of the 2015 legislative session. The bill would raise about $94.1 million to support […]
Legislature rolls out an arsenal of bills to combat transportation deficiencies BOISE — A trio of bills introduced by Idaho Republican representatives Wednesday seek to fund construction on Idaho’s deteriorating transportation system following the Idaho Transportation Department deeming 700 state and local bridges as “structurally deficient.” Another 25 percent is expected to hit this status […]
To help students travel safely for spring break, the University of Idaho’s Dean of Students Office offers the holiday break bus service, transportation for students to parts of Idaho and Oregon. The office provides a chartered bus to transport UI and Washington State University students to the Portland and Vancouver areas by way of the […]
Bill proposes tax increase on gas, vehicle registration BOISE — Increased prices on fuel and vehicle registration, and new fees on electric and hybrid cars are all components of a bill Rep. Joe Palmer, R-Meridian introduced Monday that he said would be a “complete overhaul” of the way transportation is funded in Idaho.
SMART Transit offers bus rides around Moscow Although only a few miles wide, the transportation options in Moscow were limited in 2004. The transit system needed an upgrade, one that would fit the small town atmosphere. Enter SMART Transit.
Collecting data on any subject can be difficult, but volunteers for the City of Moscow sponsored event iCount assisted in the collection of information on residents’ use of alternative transportation and made the task a little less daunting.
Walking and biking have been the latest subject of interest for University of Idaho transportation research.
The Moscow Planning and Zoning Commission held a public hearing Jan. 9 to discuss regulations for the city’s dynamic display signs.
Moscow Valley Transit and University of Idaho Parking and Transportation Services will have to wait another week from their scheduled Dec. 3 opening before they are ready move in at the Moscow Intermodal Transit Center.
Moscow on the Move to evaluate city transportation