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Lower Town Traffic Study

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​​Public meeting

​Virtual

Wednesday, July 29, 2020

6 - 8 p.m.

At this first meeting, city staff and the consultant team will be sharing what has been learned so far, including the results of a road safety audit. We encourage all to attend this meeting to ask questions and provide insight on your experiences with traveling through and within Lower Town. ​​

Meeting link coming soon.

Project Background & Purpose

The purpose of the Lower Town Study is to understand how the effects of growth impact th​e movement of people through the area and seek ways, in the face of increasing congestion, to support the ease and safety of all travelers, including pedestrians, bicyclists, transit users, and those in personal and commercial vehicles. Community input and an analysis of operations, safety, and anticipated growth will shape the recommendations of the study. ​

In December 2017, City Council passed a resolution requesting City Staff to identify the resources needed to review and update previous studies of vehicular, transit, bicycle, and pedestrian movement leading to and traveling through the Lower Town area, which launched the advancement of this study. In 2019, Council passed a resolution to contract with OHM Advisors to complete the study. ​

Project area

Lower town study project area map.png
The Lower Town area is on the north side of Ann Arbor, as shown on the 

map. This includes the meeting point of Pontiac Trail, Broadway Street, Plymouth Road, Moore Street, Wall Street, and Maiden Lane, a spot where many travelers converge. ​





Timeline and process

The study began in October 2019 and is anticipated to take 24 months. 
Lower town mobility study project timeline.png

Documents

Project manager
Luke Liu
Civil Engineer
301 E. Huron St., 4th Floor
Ann Arbor, MI 48107
YLiu@a2gov.org               
734.794.6430 x 43637