Welcome to the Coolidge Highway Complete street informational page
Join us on Wednesday, July 25th, for two public input session: one from 11am to 2pm and one from 5pm to 7pm, to discuss the results of the Coolidge Traffic Analysis and its recommendation for the reduction of traffic lanes (frequently referred to as a Road Diet) along Coolidge Highway from four lanes to three.
The public input sessions will be held in the Social Hall at Berkley First Church located at 2820 12 Mile Road. A big thanks to Pastor Zack and his staff for opening their doors for this event.
This is your opportunity to Learn about, and give input on, the DDA's efforts to slow traffic, decrease automobile accidents, and increase pedestrian and bike friendliness along the Coolidge corridor. streets like these are called complete streets.
Download the final Transportation Improvement Authority's (TIA) Coolidge Traffic Analysis here.
Want to learn more about the community benefits of complete streets? Download the report below:
Want to learn more about the economic benefits of complete streets? Download the report below:
Click on the links below to read three informational pieces from the Federal Hiqhway Administration about Road Diets.
Check back soon for more details!
Questions? Email DDA Executive Director, Vivian Carmody.