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Non-Motorized Transportation Plan Review

In 2007, City Council approved the City of Ann Arbor Non-Motorized Transportation Plan. Beginning in 2012, five years after the plan's passage, city staff, stakeholders, and the public conducted a review of the Plan. On November 18, 2013, the Ann Arbor City Council adopted the 2013 Non-Motorized Transportation Plan Update. This page contains notes from meetings, content outlines, meeting notices, and other materials relevant to the plan review. Please check the page periodically to remain up to date with the process, and contact the staff members listed in the right sidebar with questions.


2013 Non-Motorized Transportation Plan Update (pdf) - November 18, 2013

2007 Non-Motorized Transportation Plan (pdf)

Public Process Paper for the 2013 Non-Motorized Transportation Plan Update (pdf) - August 9 Draft Version

Preliminary Draft Scope and Content

Opening Presentation

Press Release for Public Meeting: Feb. 8, 2012, 3:00-4:30 PM and 5:00-6:30 PM

Work Plan

Draft Issue Papers - Updated: 12/04/12

Draft Recommendations - Updated: 12/04/12

Draft Program Recommendations Overview - Updated: 1/25/13

Geographic Area Recommendations Presented to ALT Committee

Press Release for Public Meeting: Dec. 17, 2012, 3:00-4:30 PM and 6:00-7:30 PM

Dec. 17 Public Meeting Presentation

Meeting Schedule

First public meeting: February 8, 2012
Second public meeting: December 17, 2012

Meeting Notes

11/7/11: Planning Commission Master Plan Revisions Committee

 2/8/12: Draft Summary of Comments from Public Meeting



Eli Cooper,
Transportation Manager

Jeff Kahan,
City Planner

Lucas Reigstad, Graduate Intern

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