Connected Community: Complete Streets (And Beyond)
Connected Community: Complete Streets
Tuesday April 5 • 5:30-8PM at the Traverse City Area District Library
TART, a MyWHaT underwriter, will be convening a community conversation about Complete Streets on April 5th. The event is intended as an introduction and discussion of Complete Streets and how the policy is a starting point to a more connected community. This author will facilitate an introductory discussion of the concept and current legislation. In addition to myself, Nancy Krupiarz, the Executive Director of the Michigan Trails and Greenway Alliance, will connect how other communities are coming together, creating complete streets, and how these statewide actions are interconnected.
32 Michigan communities now support street construction with designs that are inclusive to all users with resolutions or ordinances. Michigan actually leads the country in local governments passing specific Complete Street policies.
This is a participatory session with plenty of time for questions, input and connecting with other people in the community who want to build a better community. We have a lot of grand assets in our favor and complete streets is just one of the pieces needed to continue to harness that potential. We trust that participants will go away with a better understanding of what they can do to build a more connected community.
A follow-up meeting is anticipated.
See you Tuesday April 5th at 5:30PM at the Traverse Area District Main Library.
If you’re interested in more information, send a message below or call the TART Trails office at (231) 941-4300.