Next week 70 signs will be posted at 15 locations on and around campus signaling the distance it takes to walk or bike to a variety of destinations of interest. Our goals are to encourage more of our campus community to explore Midtown’s businesses, restaurants and cultural assets; invite more of our neighbors and Midtown visitors onto campus; and test out a playful and temporary way-finding strategy to inform future efforts.
Learn more here: walkyourcity.org/campaigns/107
Bike racks inside the parking structures.
Defined bike lanes on Gullen Mall and other major pedestrian/bike paths.
More bike decoy programs!
We're still working on starting a public bike share system in Detroit that would likely have a couple of stations located on or near campus. To learn more, check out the feasibility study we did last year: economicdevelopment.wayne.edu/...
Great idea, Lisa! Share this idea with your friends and colleagues to ask if they want a bike friendly campus too!
Also, be sure to check out the new bike rentals available on campus at the Mort Harris Recreation Center. Anyone can rent a bike by the hour, day, or 72 hours. Visit rfc.wayne.edu/