Multi-Modal Transportation Board
The goal of the Multi-Modal Transportation Board shall be to assist in maintaining the safe and efficient movement of motorized and non-motorized vehicles and pedestrians on the streets and walkways of the City and to advise the City Commission on the implementation of the Multi-Modal Transportation Plan, including reviewing project phasing and budgeting. Board members shall be electors or property owners in the City. If you have any questions or comments regarding the Multi-Modal Transportation Board, please contact Scott Grewe, Operations Commander at 248.5301867 or Jana Ecker, City Planner at 248.530.1841
|Board Member||Term Expires|
|Vionna Adams||Member-at-large from different geographical areas of the City||03/24/2018|
|Lara Edwards||Member-at-large from different geographical areas of the City||03/24/2020|
|Andy Lawson||Pedestrian Advocate||03/24/2018|
|Michael Surnow||Bicycle Advocate Member||03/24/2019|
|Amy Folberg||Member-at-large from different geographical areas of the City||03/24/2020|
|Daniel Rontal||Mobility or Vision Impairment Experience/Expertise||03/24/2020|
|Johanna Slanga||Traffic-focused Education and/or Experience||03/24/2019|
|Katie Schafer||Alternate Member||10/27/2019|
|Daniel Isaksen||Alternate Member||10/27/2019|
The Public Hearing on the S. Eton Rd - Maple Rd. to Lincoln Ave. Corridor will be continued on Thursday, July 20, 2017 at 6 p.m. For more information, go to the S. Eton- Maple Lincoln Information Packet. Proposals include the installation of a pedestrian island improvement at Maple Rd., the removal of on-street parking on the west side, installation of a bike lane on the existing pavement, and pedestrian bumpouts at the intersections of Villa, Hazel, Bowers, Cole, and Lincoln. You may call the Engineering or Planning Depts. at 248-530-1850 if you have questions. If you wish to submit written comment for the Board to consider, please send to firstname.lastname@example.org no later than May 25, 2017.
Multi-Modal Transportation Plan
The City's Multi-Modal Transportation Plan will be used to improve and expand opportunities for pedestrians, bicycles and transit users to respond to the growing demand for alternative forms of travel and to promote safe and comfortable transportation options. Find out more at http://greenwaycollab.com/Projects/Birmingham/BMMTP.html. Download the plan here, in addition to the Network Map and Downtown Map.
Commissioners Approve W. Maple Trial Period
On Monday, June 1, the Birmingham City Commission approved recommendations from the Multi-Modal Transportation Board to create a modified cross-section for W. Maple Rd. from east of Cranbrook Rd. to Southfield that includes a three lane configuration with two through lanes and one continuous left turn lane. The changes will be made for an undetermined trial period beginning in August or September.
Watch the May 7, 2015 Multi-Modal Transportation Board Meeting
Multi-Modal Transportation Board Meeting Summaries