Would you be happy to see this downtown?

A committee comprised of 18 community and business leaders are proposing a new type of public transportation in downtown Boise.

One of their ideas is a downtown circulator that would "connect major destinations in the area."

According to KTVB, the committee is proposing:

T-shaped route, that would go through the downtown area and south to Boise State University.

The circulator would run north and south along 9th Street and Capitol Boulevard, and east and west along Idaho and Main streets.

The idea is that if you need to go downtown, you'd only have to park once while still be able to head to different areas in the downtown area.

The city is now asking residents for their input on the proposal. They're holding an open house Tuesday (3/14) at City Hall from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Below is a preliminary look at what the circulator would look like if implemented. CLICK HERE for the full proposal.

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