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From the Michigan Trails and Greenways Alliance

The new Michigan Complete Streets law (Public Acts 134 and 135 of 2010) is changing the face of how transportation is planned and carried out across the state. Local communities are responding to the challenge to implement local complete streets policies that provide the necessary coordination and careful consideration for all transportation users in each project. To get an overview of the Complete Streets law and how to make Complete Streets happen in your community please participate in the Cadillac Training on April 19 or the  Grayling training on April 2oth.



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