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Tuesday, July 15, 2008

Time To Hit The Trail, Here's A Map

It's supposed to be 90 degrees outside today and I'm stuck in a cubicle! What to do, what to do? I know, I'll plan for the next day when I can actually be outside. A bike ride along the Centennial Trail in North Idaho sounds great. But where do I park, what if I run out of water, and what if I have to, you know, use the facilities?

This map on the North Idaho Centennial Trail website answers all those questions, plus shows some great parks to check out along the way.


Beadlebug said...

I love this blog! You guys have fresh, interesting stuff everyday. Thanks for keeping it real. That trail map is just the ticket today. Time for a bike ride.

KMPO Staff said...

Thanks Mom, but I've asked you before not to get on our blog and gush. Just kidding, my mom still hasn't been able to grasp the concept of a blog, let alone how to comment on one. :)

Thanks for the input Beadlebug. We're trying to steer clear of being a stuffy government blog, because who wants to read that? Let us know if there's anything in particular you want to see and we'll see what we can come up with.

Kootenai Metropolitan Planning Organization (KMPO) is the Metropolitan Planning Organization for Kootenai County, Idaho. Federal law requires urbanized areas with populations exceeding 50,000 people to have an MPO. KMPO was formed in 2003, to provide coordinated transportation planning within Kootenai county for the public, cities, small towns, the county, the state, transit providers, and the Coeur d'Alene tribe.

KMPO's Board of Directors oversees KMPO for Kootenai County, ID. KMPO's Executive Director and Staff are responsible for day-to-day operational and administrative needs.