Local Complete Streets Coalition

Note: This resource page is also hosted on the Grand Vision web site. Some variation may occur. 

A vision of a more connected community, through infrastructure, individuals and organizations, is a fundamental piece of enhancing the quality of life in the Traverse City area. There are many ways to achieve this vision and designing complete streets is part of the solution.

The Grand Vision clearly supports increased mobility & placemaking opportunities. Adopting complete streets, both through our policies and our practices, is a meaningful way to put Grand Vision into action.

Of Interest:

Engage Your Community:

Connected Communities Part II: Somewhere to be

Connect to the series here

Regional  Resources

TART Trails, Inc Michigan Complete Streets Coalition
Cherry Capital Cycling Club Traverse Area Ass. of Realtors
Transportation for Michigan Michigan Land Use Institue 
MDOT Complete Streets Advisory Council My Wheels are Turning
Disability Network of N. Michigan NW Michigan Council of Governments
Grand Traverse County Road Commission Grand Vision Transit Sub-Committee
The Greenway Collaborative, Inc. Regional Transit Map for NWL MI

Useful Information

In the Media



Regional Resolutions/Ordidances

* Related resources: Complete Streets local policy work book (PDF) and 2011 policy analysis (PDF)

Notes from Past Meetings

Since passing statewide legislation in 2010, Michigan has taken a national lead in establishing local complete street ordinances and resolutions. There are now over 60 Michigan communities with policies on the books that support, if not require, new and re-constructed infrastructure be built inclusive of all users.

If interested, please attend one of the upcoming events or contact Julie Clark (julie@traversetrails.org) for information in how you can become more connected to this coalition of people, organizations and businesses.

* This page currently managed by representives from TART Trails and My Wheels are Turning

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