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Cities Around the U.S. are Putting a Stronger Focus on Pedestrians
Motor City is focusing on pedestrians and cyclists, rather than motor vehicles with their inaugural Open Streets. The Detroit Metro Times recently published an article stating that "Detroit will close thoroughfares to automobile traffic from downtown to the city’s Southwest side and open them to bicyclists and pedestrians." Open Streets will take place from September 25 to October 2. Participants are invited to bicycle, rollerblade, skateboard, or walk at their own leisure from noon to 5 p.m.

Detroit's Open Streets event is similar to Louisville's CycLOUvia. CycLOUvia describes their event as "Louisville's open streets program promoting healthy lifestyles, alternative transportation, bike/pedestrian safety and economic development."

As national leaders in pedestrian traffic flow management, we too value the expanded view of alternative mobility. Our pedestrian traffic managers certified professionals with backgrounds primarily in law and traffic enforcement. We specialize in optimizing high-volume pedestrian and vehicle traffic flow at large special events nationwide like, Open Streets and CycLOUvia. If you're interested in discovering more about how SSPTMS can enhance the safety and efficiency of your event, visit us online at SSPTMS.com or contact us by phone at 646.880.4509.