Dearborn Healthy Streets.

Slow Shared Spaces for Health

Dearborn Healthy Streets 2021 Pilot Has Concluded

Healthy Dearborn is continuing the planning for the 2022 launch.
If you're interested in participating in planning, the DHS sub-committee would welcome your help!
Meeting times can be found on the Healthy Dearborn Calendar

Dearborn Healthy Streets Program

Healthy Dearborn is proposing to conduct a pilot program to adapt some city streets to become “Slow and Shared Streets” to promote healthy lifestyles. This program is intended to provide a community learning opportunity for longer term transportation planning to advance multimodal transportation in Dearborn and make it easier for people to incorporate activity into daily living.

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What are Dearborn Healthy Streets?

Dearborn Healthy Streets are slow and shared transportation spaces to help all residents find safe, healthy ways to get outside, recreate, exercise and access essential services by providing greater access to public transportation rights of way. Slow and shared streets programs emerged as a nationwide trend during the COVID-19 pandemic which emphasizes the need for physical distancing and healthy lifestyles.

Questions, Concerns, Suggestions

Contact our Street Captains:

Wilson St: Tracy Besek

Penn St: Timothy Harrison

Diversey Ave: Linda Bazzi

Riverside Dr: Ali Almaklani

Contact our Street Captains with questions or concerns

Pilot Officially Launched: May 5th, 2021

Pilot – 30 Days

Continue operating on a rolling 30-day basis, with monthly reviews of resident feedback.

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Feedback Survey

The Feedback survey will be active shortly after the launch of the pilot.
Please fill out the survey to inform our team.

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Planning Documents

Example of signage on shared street

Example from Chicago, IL

Example from Ann Arbor, MI