The City of Birmingham's multi-modal transportation plan will be used by the City to improve and expand opportunities for pedestrians, bicycles and transit users, respond to the growing demand for alternative forms of travel and promote safe and comfortable transportation options across the City.
The plan was accepted by the City Commission at a Public Hearing on November 25, 2013. The report, appendix, network map and downtown map are available download. For best results, right click on link, select "Save Target As" and specify where you would like to save the file on your computer.
Public input documentation such as workshop materials, presentations and results are posted below for the public to download. For best results, right click on link, select "Save Target As" and specify where you would like to save the file on your computer.
A short web survey was available for two weeks in October and November 2012 to help identify existing travel patters, preferred types of improvements and desired project outcomes in the City of Birmingham. Thank you to everyone who participated, the survey results are posted below.
The workshop was held on Thursday, January 17, 2013 from 7:00pm to 9:00pm at the Baldwin Public Library. The workshop began with a brief presentation of best practices. Following the presentation, participants had the chance to help identify areas in the community where different types of multi-modal elements would fit. Thank you to everyone who attended the workshop. PDF's of the Community Visioning Workshop Presentation, Maps and Results are posted below.
The open house was held on Thursday, February 28, 2013 and consisted of two sessions, one from 3:00pm to 5:00pm and one from 7:00pm to 9:00pm at the Baldwin Public Library. Each session will began with a brief presentation of the recommendations and then a series of station were provided for participants to review the alternatives and offer structured input. Thank you to everyone who attended the open house. PDF's of the Preliminary Open House Presentation, Maps, Materials and Results are posted below.
After the Web Survey, Visioning Workshop, Preliminary Plan Open House and Implementation Action Plan, brief presentations were presented to the City Commission to keep them abreast of the input received from the public and how it will be directing the plan. PDF's of the presentation are posted below.
The Greenway Collaborative, Inc., Ann Arbor MI (Prime Consultant)
Toole Design Group
City of Birmingham
151 Martin St
Birmingham, MI 48012
Jana Ecker, Planning Director, 248-530-1841
2012 - 2013