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    Problems with Bozeman commuting??

    Go here to speak up... http://www.rpa-hln.com/walkbikesurvey.htm

    Walking and Biking Survey for Gallatin County - Part of the Greater Bozeman Area Transportation Plan Update

    For the first time in the Gallatin Valley a data collection effort is underway to better understand the specific needs of area residents on the focused topic of walking and bicycling! Gallatin County, the City of Bozeman, and the Montana Department of Transportation are working together on a transportation plan for the Greater Bozeman Area. This plan will include a major pedestrian and bicycle element!

    Your responses to this walking and biking survey are important to the project and will help us create a pedestrian and bicycle plan that fits the community's needs and concerns. Your responses will help guide the development and prioritization of future projects within the Gallatin Valley.

    Please visit the following link to complete the survey (approximately 7 minutes to complete) : http://www.rpa-hln.com/walkbikesurvey.htm

    We encourage all Gallatin County households to participate with each family member filling out their own survey.

    Additional information about the Transportation Plan is available on the project website: http://www.rpa-hln.com/bozeman/bozemantransplan.htm

    OR, http://gallatingrassrootsforum.googl...sportationplan

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    Well, i'm not under 25 or 26-69 or 70+ so I had to lie a little bit.

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    done.

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    Alley Cats

    I like to commute in the alleys a lot. they are kind of like dirt roads to start with and there isnt much traffic there. for some reason its easier to cross the intersections because the cars are moving instead of being stopped. There is fewer cluster clucks. Also alleys are aesthetic. A whole different world exists here in the bozone just in the alleys, like a second town or something but its always just a block away from the first bozone.

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    wish list

    is it wrong that i asked for a 16 mile mountain bike specific loop around the city,accesible from multiple locations, fit with a few n.s. obstacles and booters?? bozeman it seems has a lot of damn mtbikes, somebody in power must ride and could facilitate this movement. oh and educating the idiots who ride their bikes on the sidewalks would be nice too. especially the really cute college girls with their shiny cruisers. ok im done

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    Quote Originally Posted by lonetree
    oh and educating the idiots who ride their bikes on the sidewalks would be nice too. especially the really cute college girls with their shiny cruisers.
    Note to really cute college girls on shiny cruisers: feel free to ride on the sidewalk in front of my house. Over and over again.

    Seriously though, I agree. I admit my request was to start aggresively ticketing riders who don't follow traffic laws. The other was to do a better job cleaning glass etc out of the bike lanes.

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