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Ann Arbor transportation ​facts

  • The City of Ann Arbor 90.1 lane-miles of on street​ bike lanes, 79 miles of shared-use paths, 11.3 lane-miles of marked shared lanes (sharrows), 1.2 protected bike lane-miles, and 7.0 of buffered bike lane-miles.​

  • There are over 900 bike parking spaces in downtown Ann Arbor, including 431 bike hoops, 6 on-street bike racks accommodating 16 bikes each, and 26 secured bike lockers. Bicycle ​​parking is required in new developments (PDF). 

  • The League of American Bicyclists has awarded the City of Ann Arbor a Gold-level Bicycle Friendly​ City Award in 2021. Ann Arbor has long been a leader in creating and fostering bicycle friendly streets.

  • The City of Ann Arbor has over 400 miles of sidewalks and 57 lane miles of shared-use paths, and was named a Gold-level Walk Friendly Community by the Pedestrian and Bicycle Information Center. Prevention Magazine named Ann Arbor the 3rd B​est City for Walking​ in the United States in 2008.

  • Ridership for the Ann Arbor Area Transportation Authority bus system increased from 5,950,981 in 2008 to 6,523,171 in 2013 for fixed-routes.