Bicycle and Pedestrian Terminology Booklet

January 2024

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Bicycle and Pedestrian Terminology Booklet

How do you tell the difference between a cycle track and a sidepath? Which one is pictured above? The answer might not be so obvious. We recommend downloading the Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) Bureau of Transportation Planning’s newly updated Bicycle and Pedestrian Terminology: A Guide to Active Transportation Infrastructure.  The booklet is a great resource to reference when creating […]

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MDOT Complete Streets Survey

The Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) is in the process of aligning its Complete Streets policy with its mission to serve and connect people, communities, and the economy through transportation. In their quest for alignment and to update the current policy, they are seeking public input using an online Complete Streets survey. The survey is available and open

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