The Greater Mt. Pleasant Non-motorized Master Plan

Made possible by a grant from the Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe, this plan is a collaborative effort between The City of Mt. Pleasant, Union Township, Isabella County, The Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe, Central Michigan University and other organizations to provide non-motorized transportation throughout the region.

Client

Charter Township of Union
2010 S Lincoln Road
Mt. Pleasant, MI 48858

Woody Woodruff, Zoning Administrator
989-722-4600 ext.241

Date: 2010

Project Team

Prime: The Greenway Collaborative, Inc
Sub-contract: Wade Trim
Sub-contract: LSL Planning Inc

Our Task

The plan looks at creating a network of bike lanes, neighborhood connector routes, sidewalk improvements, and crossing improvements, along with a 15 mile regional connector trail loop that will provide a family friendly bicycle route that links together key destinations through the Greater Mt. Pleasant Area.  Recommended policies, programs and an implementation plan are provided to help support and develop bicycle and pedestrian activity in the region.  This effort is coordinated and designed to complement the goals of other redevelopment, trail planning, energy efficiency, stormwater mitigation, recreation, wayfinding and community enhancement efforts.