Motor City to become biker friendly with 400 miles of new pathways
The plan for new pathways goes into action immediately. Starting this year, the city will designate 30 miles of bikeways in various neighborhoods. Most of these will be nothing more than well-defined bike lanes measuring five feet wide and stretching along the side of existing roads, but it's a start.
Supporters see a future ahead where Detroit can be traveled safely without a car and cyclists can get around without worry. Sound far-fetched? Future plans call for up to 400 more miles of pathways linking every section of the shrinking city and providing the means for greener transportation options that can be utilized by everyone.
[Source: Detroit Free Press | Image: Sarigianis – C.C. License 2.0]
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