Comfortable bike route survey
As part of the transportation plan update, they has developed a draft network of comfortable to use bike routes. These routes range from local streets that are prioritized for bicycle travel to major streets with separated bike paths, that bicycle riders of most skill levels and abilities, including children, consider acceptably safe for biking. These routes are designed to feel comfortable for people with any given level of tolerance for traffic stress.
Now, we need your feedback on the proposed routes! Please fill out this brief survey to help us refine the proposed network; the survey will remain open until Friday, July 10 at 9 a.m.
The City of Ann Arbor
is updating its Comprehensive Transportation Plan — a guiding document for the City’s transportation policies, programs and
to prioritize investments in the transportation network, including roads,
sidewalks, paths, bike lanes, and public transit. We invite the community to help us establish the City's priorities in Ann Arbor Moving Together Towards Vision Zero through this webpage and a variety of opportunities in-person throughout the process.
Ann Arbor Moving Together Towards Vision Zero is the City's first Vision Zero-focused Comprehensive Transportation Plan and will work with community stakeholders to establish clear goals, objectives and action steps to achieve the shared goal of zero fatalities and severe injuries on the City's streets. The planning process will build off of previous efforts to help the City achieve the goals set out in other documents, including the Master Plan and the Ann Arbor Climate Action Plan.
Ann Arbor Moving Together Towards Vision Zero will serve as an update to both the 2009 Ann Arbor Transportation Plan Update and the Non-motorized Plan. The 2009 Ann Arbor Transportation Plan Update has been serving as a guide to development of the transportation systems of the City. This plan will continue the vision and goals established in the 2009 plan, updating them to reflect recent changes locally in Ann Arbor, trends in transportation locally and nationally, and the priorities gleaned through engagement with our community.
Feb. 20, 2020 Community Advisory Committee Meeting
Nov. 20, 2019 Open House
Sept. 19, 2019 Community Advisory Committee Meeting
May 30, 2019 Community Advisory Committee meeting
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Cooper, Eli, A.I.C.P.
Transportation Program Manager
301 E. Huron St., 4th Floor
P.O. Box 8647
Ann Arbor, MI 48107