Planning for Pathways: An implementation Resource of the New Designs for Growth Guidebook
Pathways - also known as non-motorized transportation facilities - have long been a recreation priority in Northwest Michigan and are critical to the overall well-being of our communities. By providing opportunities for walkng and bicycling, pathways create significant impacts on public health, traffic safety, mobility, the economy, and the environment. The New Designs for Growth Guidebook recognizes that pathways are increasingly important features in new development and site design, and encourages the creation of pathways as an integral component of communities' transportation networks.
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Planning with Green Infrastructure: An implementation Resource of the New Designs for Growth Guidebook
Planning with Green Infrastructure is an implementation resource publication of the New Designs for Growth Guidebook. This publication was developed to aid local governments in their efforts to implement policies included in the New Designs for Growth Guidebook.
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