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Pleasant Ridge & Ferndale Evaluating Walking and Biking on Woodward, Survey Available

March 30th 2019

Pleasant Ridge & Ferndale Evaluating Walking and Biking on Woodward, Survey Available (City of Ferndale, City of Pleasant Ridge, March 30, 2019) How is the experience of walking and biking along Woodward Ave.? That’s precisely what the Cities of Ferndale and Pleasant Ridge aim to find out with a new grant-funded safety audit. The cities […]

MDOT Seeking Input from Deaf, Deafblind, and Hard of Hearing Community on Mobility Needs

March 25th 2019

MDOT Seeking Input from Deaf, Deafblind, and Hard of Hearing Community on Mobility Needs (MDOT, March 25, 2019) Lansing, MI- The Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) is developing a new state long-range transportation plan (SLRTP), known as Michigan Mobility 2045 (MM 2045), that will establish a vision and priorities for transportation in Michigan for 25 […]

Berkley Adopts Complete Streets Ordinance

March 27th 2018

Berkley Adopts Complete Streets Ordinance (City of Berkley, March 27, 2018) Berkley, MI- In an effort to enhance the quality, safety, and usability of streets in the City of Berkley, a Complete Streets ordinance was unanimously adopted by the Berkley City Council on March 5. “With our Complete Streets ordinance now in place, we have […]

Open House Explores Potential for Southfield Road Project

March 11th 2017

Open House Explores Potential for Southfield Road Project (Crystal A. Proxmire, March 10, 2017) Lathrup Village, MI – Major road projects take years, if not decades, of planning before a shovel even goes into the ground.  Southfield Road may eventually get a facelift and road diet, a proposal in the works for over 25 years.  […]

Royal Oak Officials to Discuss 12 Mile Road Speed Limit Increase

December 18th 2016

Royal Oak Officials to Discuss 12 Mile Road Speed Limit Increase Royal Oak, MI – Should the speed limit on 12 Mile Road be raised? This question will be discussed at Monday’s Royal Oak City Commission meeting. According to the agenda packet, the City of Royal Oak and the Road Commission for Oakland County (RCOC) […]

Hazel Park Residents Come Together for John R. Design Charrette

April 16th 2016

Hazel Park Residents Come Together for John R. Design Charrette (Matt Bach, Michigan Municipal League, April 16, 2016) Hazel Park, MI – Hazel Park residents, city leaders and business owners got good news from an urban planner during a special design charrette kick-off meeting Tuesday. The news – Hazel Park has a tremendous market potential […]

Community Workshop to Improve John R. Corridor in HP April 12-14

April 8th 2016

Community Workshop to Improve John R. Corridor in HP April 12-14 (EVENT page) Hazel Park, MI – Changing the Face of Hazel Park: HAZEL PARK’S JOHN R CORRIDOR IMPROVEMENT WORKSHOP WITH THE CONGRESS OF NEW URBANISM Come & Join us: Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday April 12, 13, & 14th at The Hazel Park Recreation Department […]

Hazel Park Arts Council Seeks Bike Rack Designs for Competition

March 7th 2016

Hazel Park Arts Council Seeks Bike Rack Designs for Competition (HPAC press release, March 7, 2016) Hazel Park, MI – The HPAC is seeking members of the arts and design community to submit a design solution for a bicycle rack to visibly identify Hazel Park as a walk-able, bike-able   community, involved and interested in the […]

Healthy Pontiac Meeting about Bicycle and Walking Access Feb. 20

February 16th 2016

Healthy Pontiac Meeting about Bicycle and Walking Access Feb. 20 (EVENT page) Saturday, February 20th: Healthy Pontiac, We Can Community Meeting, 10 am-12 pm “What would make it easier to walk and bike in your Pontiac neighborhood?” They want to hear your feedback. Pontiac Public Library, 60 E. Pike Street, Downtown Pontiac Offered in English […]

Royal Oak Wins Smart Growth America Workshop

December 27th 2015

Royal Oak Wins Smart Growth America Workshop (City of Royal Oak Press Release, Dec. 27, 2015) ROYAL OAK, MI – Royal Oak’s work to make downtown a more walkable, attractive destination has helped the city win a national competitive award Smart Growth America—a national nonprofit that advocates for better cities, towns, and neighborhoods—announced today that […]