Legislative committee will review how Montana funds pedestrian and bicycle paths-stakeholders have been invited to give input Dec. 10

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Representative Denley Loge, R-Saint Regis, has invited stakeholders from around Montana to begin discussions for work on House Joint Resolution No. 45: A Study of Bicycle and Pedestrian Paths in Montana. The Legislative Council assigned the study to the Transportation Interim Committee. The committee will begin its work on the study at its January 13, 2020 meeting in Helena.

Thank you Rep. Loge, for leading this discussion, and including stakeholders:

Ben Weiss – Missoula City Planner and member of the Bike/Ped Plan Committee, Bike Walk MT board chair

Michelle McNamee – Montana State Parks trail program

Alan Woodmansey – Federal Highways

Marilee Brown – Safer Bozeman and Gallatin County – trails and disability advocate

Liz Ann Kudrna – disability advocate and Bike Walk MT board member

Ginny Sullivan – Adventure Cycling, Missoula

Jean Belangie-Nye – Active transportation advocate and active bicyclist

Jim Barnes –  Owner – Big Sky Cycling – bike shop owner

Kristi Drake, Executive Director, Bllings TrailNet

Andy Hunthausen  – Lewis and Clark County Commissioner