Meeting to Discuss Regional Non-Motorized Path Options

September 2, 2014

Meeting to Discuss Regional Non-Motorized Path Options

9/2/14 - A meeting this week in Howell will give residents and local officials a chance to weigh in on a regional plan for biking and walking. The Southeast Michigan Council of Governments, or SEMCOG, will hold a public meeting on Thursday at the Howell Carnegie District Library to discuss a draft non-motorized travel plan for Livingston County and Southeast Michigan. That includes walking, bicycling, and any other means of getting around that doesn’t involve the use of motorized vehicles. SEMCOG planners are looking for the public’s input on the proposed plan they’ve developed which has incorporated all of the non-motorized plans for the region, digitized all existing and proposed on-road and off road bicycle facilities and identified the gaps between the various plans. Once the public input period is complete, SEMCOG will put forward a final plan with priority corridors for MDOT facilities and next steps for other road agencies. Thursday’s meeting is set to run from 4-7pm. You’ll find details through the link below. (JK)

Web Link: http://www.semcog.org/NoMoPlan.aspx
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