http://idahostatesman.com/apps/pbcs...06/NEWS0112/607060356&SearchID=73249838761607 Parking spaces added for two-wheeled vehicles statesman staff Edition Date: 07-06-2006 Two-wheeled motorized vehicles have some new parking spots as of Wednesday. In response to requests by residents, the city divided two normal on-street parking spaces into five new stalls for scooters and motorcycles. "Folks who ride scooters and motorcycles asked us for better parking options and we wanted to be responsive to their needs," said Boise Mayor David Bieter. "Boise isn't just a bike-friendly city, it's a two-wheeler-friendly city so this makes sense." The new spots are at the southwest corner of 8th and Bannock Streets, across the street from the Hoff building and 509 Main Street, in front of Pacific Subs. Both locations offer free, one-hour parking. The new spaces are part of a trial program that will be evaluated Sept. 1.