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WEMU Pedestrian and Bicycle Access in Winter Program

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WEMU Radio (FM 89.1) broadcast a short program on "Pedestrian and Bicycle Access in Winter" on February 27th about problems Washtenaw County residents face, and how they cope, when bicycling and walking in the winter. The program was the latest installment of  WEMU’s “The Green Room” series by Barbara Lucas. To hear the program, read a transcript and offer comments, visit http://wemu.org/post/green-room-pedestrian-and-bicycle-access-winter

Winter 2015 WBWC Newsletter

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The Winter 2015 WBWC News includes articles on sidewalk snow removal, cross-Michigan non-motorized trails and Border To Border Trail updates and available at http://eepurl.com/bc8JI5WBWCWinter

Winter Sidewalk Snow Removal Requirements In Washtenaw County

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Are you tired of trying to walk on sidewalks that haven't been cleared of snow and ice? Do you want to help keep local sidewalks safer for everyone else this winter? Local snow removal ordinances can be your most valuable tools (besides a snow shovel) for accomplishing this, because they help you understand what to do and who to contact if the sidewalks we all use aren't being properly maintained.

Please note that many Townships in Washtenaw County (such as Ann Arbor Township, Scio Township, Ypsilanti Township, etc.) do not have any type of snow removal ordinance.

Read Details For Each City, Village or Township With Sidewalk Snow Removal Regulations Here (PDF document)

Common Cycle Free Winter Repair Workshops

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Common Cycle will be hosting their last monthly repair workshop on Thursday, March 12th, 2015. These will be similar to the Mobile Repair sessions at the Sunday Artisans Market in Kerrytown, and provide those interested with access to space (heated!), tools and volunteers as needed. Outdoor Adventures (“Eibel Building” next to Eibel Field).

336 Hill Street, Ann Arbor, MI 48104
Time: 6-9pm

Feel free to drop by to get help reparing your bicycle from "winter's splendor", and to keep it rolling into spring. If you have any questions, please email us at http://commoncycle.org

Construction Complete On Pathways Loop Around Ford Lake

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From the Ann Arbor News, January 10, 2015

Construction on two separate pathway projects on Textile and South Grove roads is done, completing a full non-motorized loop around Ford Lake. The approximatel 9-mile loop consists of different sections of pathways, sidewalks, bike lanes and nature trails.

Township Clerk Karen Lovejoy Roe highlighted the route's views and natural beauty, which she says is unmatched in Washtenaw County. "It's unique because of Ford Lake. Ford Lake is one of the best kept secrets in Washtenaw County," she says. "The bike paths and sidewalks provide great views and direct access to the lake and the many parks that surround Ford Lake, including the bridges and boardwalks located directly on it."

For the complete story click here.

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