ACHD Candidate forum

A small group gathers at the Boise State Outdoor Amphitheater to hear from candidates during the Boise Bicycle Project’s fourth biennial Safe Streets ACHD Commissioner Election Forum on Thursday.

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BOISE — In the softening evening light, skateboarders, bicyclists, pedestrians, and bus and car drivers navigated past Boise State University’s Centennial Amphitheater, near the Boise River Greenbelt.

The travelers offered an apt backdrop to an Ada County Highway District commissioner candidate forum Thursday evening, organized by the Boise Bicycle Project.

ACHD Candidate forum

Candidates, from left, Miranda Gold, Kent Goldthorpe, and Neil Durrant speak to attendees gathered for the Boise Bicycle Project’s fourth biennial Safe Streets ACHD Commissioner Election Forum at Boise State University’s Centennial Amphitheater on Thursday.

ACHD Candidate forum

Candidates speak to attendees gathered for the Boise Bicycle Project’s fourth biennial Safe Streets ACHD Commissioner Election Forum at Boise State University’s Centennial Amphitheater on Thursday.

ACHD Candidate forum

Neil Durrant introduces himself as fellow candidates Miranda Gold and Kent Goldthorpe look on during the Boise Bicycle Project’s fourth biennial Safe Streets ACHD Commissioner Election Forum at Boise State University’s Centennial Amphitheater on Thursday.

ACHD Candidate forum

ACHD candidate Miranda Gold speaks to attendees gathered for the Boise Bicycle Project’s fourth biennial Safe Streets ACHD Commissioner Election Forum at Boise State University’s Centennial Amphitheater on Thursday.

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