Healthy Streets/People Friendly Streets program to begin this week
ANN ARBOR, Mich. This week marks the beginning of the City of Ann Arbors Healthy Streets/People Friendly Streets program, which means changes for many local roads. The Healthy Streets program is an initiative by the city to promote physical distancing by increasing outdoor space for pedestrian use, while the People Friendly Streets project is an effort that aims to create safe, accessible, and green streets for the City of Ann Arbor. Packard Street from State Street to Hill Street Removal of turn lanes and addition of a separated bike lane in each direction. Packard Street from Eisenhower to Platt Closing the outside vehicle lanes to facilitate physical distancing and use by pedestrians and cyclists. For additional information and links to the Healthy Streets program and the People Friendly Streets project, visit the City of Ann Arbors website here.