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The Pedestrian Safety and Access Task Force, upon concluding their work, disbanded in December, 2015. 

Final recommendations from the Pedestrian Safety and Access Task Force are available:

Pedestrian Safety and Access Task Force Recommendations to City Council (1.5 MB PDF)

The Task Force presented their final recommendations to City Council at the September 14, 2015 Work Session. At their October 5, 2015 meeting, City Council passed a resolution (PDF file # 15-1207) to "Accept Recommendations of the Pedestrian Safety and Access Task Force". ​​


​​City Council has established a task force to explore strategies to improve pedestrian safety and access within a framework of shared responsibility through community outreach and data collection. The task force will recommend to Council improvements in the development and application of the Complete Streets model, using best practices, sound data and objective analysis.

Council Resolution to Appoint a Pedestrian Safety and Access Task Force​​ (PDF)

Task force m​embers:

    Scott Campbell
    Ken Clark
    Neal Elyakin
    Linda Diane Feldt
    Owen Jansson​
    Anthony Pinnell
    Sarah Pressprich Gryniewicz
    Jim Rees


The Ann Arbor Pedestrian Safety and Access Task Force Google Group is used by the task force to share resources, archive documents, exchange drafts and working materials, and document communications in a publically viewable form​at. 

Access the Ann Arbor Pedestrian Safety and Access Task Force Google Drive for the task force's documents and resources repository. 

The Google Group and Google Drive are maintained by the citizen volunteer task force; resources and communications exchanged with this tool may be working draft documents and do not necessarily reflect views or final preferences of the City of Ann Arbor.  

Materials from past Task Force Meetings, including presentations, agendas, and discussion summaries are available on the project's documents page.

Feedback opportunity: results

Thank you to all who have taken time to contribute feedback via the A2 Open City Hall online discussion forum. Feedback received will be provided to the Pedestrian Safety and Access Task Force to consider as they complete their final recommendations.

Visit A2 Open C​ity Hall for a complete report of public feedback received via the City's online discussion forum. Click 'closed topics' and then select 'Pedestrian Safety and Access Task Force' from the topics listing. 

  • Summary of open-ended comments (PDF); including an excerpt of results from the A2 Open City Hall complete report​