The City of Lansing was the first city in Michigan to pass a Complete Streets Ordinance when the Lansing City Council approved its adoption in August of 2009. In 2011, the Public Service Department adopted the first non-motorized plan for Lansing. In 2012, a bicycle parking ordinance was passed, which requires projcts to through site plan approval that provides short and long term bicycle parking.
Since the adoption of the first non-motorized plan, the City has constructed:
Nearly 7 miles of trail
9.5 miles of bike lanes
1.5 miles of side paths
These additions bring the entire non-motorized network to over 50 miles.