There’s no question about it – Detroit is transforming. Along with that transformation is a push to make the city more accessible to non-motorized transportation.
In 2019, there will be an “overwhelming” amount of bike and trail projects throughout the city, according to Detroit Greenways, a nonprofit organization that promotes biking, walking, tails and complete streets in Detroit.
For over a decade, projects to update and expand bike lanes and trails throughout the city have been popping up. That initiative is gaining momentum in 2019, and pretty soon the Detroit Riverfront Conservancy will have a host of construction projects, more than ever before.