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Wednesday, December 1,2010

A non-motorized plan

East Lansing is in the process of adopting a non-motorized transportation plan, en route to a ‘Complete Streets’ policy

by W. K. Green
East Lansing has close to 18 miles of primary road bike lanes, but the future may hold as many as 56 miles, according to a draft of the city’s Non-Motorized Transportation Plan.The plan outlines a number of potential projects the city can undertake to become more accessible to biking and other methods of transportation beyond automobiles.
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