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Seventh Street Transportation (Miller Ave. to Scio Church Rd.)

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​S. Seventh/Scio Church and S. Seventh/Stadium Boulevard Discussion​

Updates about the S. Seventh Street/ Scio Church intersection are available on a2gov.org/scio.

The community discussion about the S. Seventh Street and Stadium Boulevard intersection is on-goin​g.

The final decision for this intersection (anticipated late fall/early winter 2019) will be based on feedback from the public workshop (March 13, 2019), online survey (March 4 through 17, 2019), possible traffic circulation changes, additional data collection, and engineering analysis .  Based on feedback and analysis to date, the final intersection treatment could include the following:

  • Coordination of changes to S. Seventh/Stadium Boulevard and S. Seventh/Scio Church to ensure that these nearby intersections have complementary treatments.
  • Further bike safety improvements.
  • Refinements to either concept – depending on the results of possible traffic circulation changes, the final treatment could be a variation of either Concept A or B.

Thank you for your patience as staff continue to monitor intersection changes and gather additional data to determine the best treatment at this location.

S. Seventh/Scio Church and S. Seventh/Stadium – March 2019 Public Engagement Feedback (PDF)

Results and next steps communicated here were also shared at a public information ​session 4/25/19

Background

Updates

August 2018 update
North Seventh Street (betw​een Miller Ave. and Huron St.)
To help the City gauge preferences toward parking availability along N. Seventh Street between Miller Ave. and Huron St., a comment card has been mailed directly to addresses with frontage along N. Seventh St. Residents who receive the card are asked to return it to the City of Ann Arbor by September 7, 2018. The comment card is in addition to the broad community feedback that has been gathered through open house meetings and the online public comment opportunity posted in July and early August. We recognize many residents may have already participated in other feedback opportunities on this topic. We encourage residents to return the comment card if they received one to help staff tally responses specifically from residents along the affected project area.

Responses will be tallied and shared with the Public Services Area Administrator for further direction.

July 2018 update 
North Seventh Street (betw​een Miller Ave. and Huron St.)
The City of Ann Arbor hosted a series of public open houses in July and early August to gauge community interest toward the addition of on-street bicycle improvements and potential removal of on-street parking along N. Seventh St. between W. Huron St. and Miller Ave in an effort to implement the City’s bicycle network as identified in the City’s Non-Motorized Transportation Plan. Draft concepts were presented.

The following draft concepts for bicycle improvements along N. Seventh (Huron to Miller) were presented at open houses and through A2 Open City Hall. Concepts range in impact to existing parking and availability of dedicated bicycle space. ​

Open house and online survey feedback has been compiled:

July-August 2018 Comprehensive Feedback Report (PDF)

January 2018 update:

  • Preliminary plans  for Seventh Street (Miller to Scio Church) project, including buffered bike lanes.

July 2017 update

The City hired a consultant to perform additional analysis on the Seventh Street corridor and provide additional recommendations for slowing traffic. The following materials are available:

May 2015 Project update (PDF)

June 2013 Seventh Street Transportation discussion 

December 2013 Seventh Street Transportation discussion
 

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Project Manager: 

Raymond Hess, AICP-CTP
Transportation Manager
rhess@a2gov.org 
734.794.6410 x43675​