This map is produced and maintained by Detroit’s Traffic Engineering Division. It shows existing and funded non-motorized projects. While construction of the Joe Louis (formerly the Inner Circle) Greenway is not yet fully funded, it’s affectionately called the “Mother of all non-motorized projects” and therefore deserves its place on the map. Note that the city’s Complete Street projects are not shown on the map unless they include on-road bike lanes or sharrow pavement markings.
Map Update History
- Protected bike lane updates for Cass and Grand River
- Protected bike lane updates, including E. Jefferson and Grand River
- Does not show updated protected bike lane extension on Adams between Grand River and Brush
- Includes the planned DDP Downtown bike lanes
September 6, 2016
- The latest routing for the Inner Circle Greenway based on TIGER grant, including proposed protected bike lanes on McNichols and Livernois. The City is still committed to acquiring the abandoned rail corridor through Highland Park and supporting its conversion to a trail.
- The bike lanes on Livernois between Grand River and W. Vernor are now protected.
- The bike lanes on Cass between Grand Boulevard and Lafayette are now protected.
- Linwood near Focus:HOPE is getting bike lanes.
The 2005 Detroit Non-Motorized Urban Transportation Plan is also available though it is clearly dated.