The City of Ann Arbor recently released a draft update to its 2007 Non-motorized plan. The city developed the update to evaluate implementation progress, and account for new needs and opportunities identified in the past six years. Since adopting the 2007 plan, the city added 35 lane miles of bike lanes and 5.7 lane miles of sharrows. This accounts for more than 50% progress towards the bike recommendations made in the initial plan.
The draft update includes recommendations for:
- Mid-block crossings and rapid flashing beacons
- Bike color improvements
- Facility maintenance
- Bike stations
- Online wayfinding
Read the plan update for additional recommendations and to see Ann Arbor's roadmap for non-motorized infrastructure in the city.