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On August 2, 2010 the Ingham County Road Commission (ICRC) ruled in support of the Ingham County Women’s Commission’s resolution to support active transportation infrastructure (including Complete Streets). We believe that this marks the first Road Commission in Michigan to adopt such a policy.  One down and only 81 more to go!

The Ingham County Women’s Commission plans to now work with ICRC and the Ingham County Commission to pursue how this might impact their design and decision-making process.

The Ingham County Board of Commissioners will also soon take up a similar resolution at an upcoming County Services Committee meeting.



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