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Non-Motorized Transportation

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​Not all transportation requires a car! Core strategy #4 of the A2ZERO Plan is to “Reduce the Miles We Travel in Our Vehicles by at least 50%". There are numerous ways to get around the city that do not involve a car: 

  • Try non-motorized options like walking, biking, rollerblading, or using a scooter. Not only do these options have zero emissions, they're also extremely affordable, good for your health, and are good for the community because it inherently connects you  with your surroundings. No more paying for parking with this option!
  • Reduce the commute all together and explore tele-working. 
  • If you have to drive, take group/shared rides to reduce the number of vehicles on the road.  

 

Learn more about alternative transportation modes by checking out the City's non-motorized transportation plan and associated progress reports


Local organizations helping to improve Ann Arbor's non-motorized transportation infrastructure include Common Cycle, a 2019 recipient of the SA2T grant! Check out CommonCycle to learn more tips and tricks related to bicycling, including signing up for a bike repair workshop. 

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