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Suzann Flowers 
Transportation Planner

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Ann Arbor has been awarded a 2022 Safe Streets for All (SS4A) United States Department of Transportation​ Supplemental Action Planning Grant.

​The grant award will fund the following three elements:

  • Quick Build projects - expansion of the existing paint and post program
  • Speed Management program - the speed management program will use a set of 22 speed management tools based on researched practices. The city will be drawing from these tools when re-designing major streets through​out Ann Arbor. The tools are based on researched practices from top national and state sources.
  • Near Miss analytics - utilization of existing grid smart cameras to capture data on near hit events that could have caused a crash

The federal grant amount is $3,800,000 with a local match of $950,000 coming from the climate millage. 

In the coming months, a resolution will go before City Council, which is required to approve any plans. The total length of the grant is 48 months, which began on Jan. 19, 2024.