"We're moving in the right direction and that's a good thing for Ferndale, for the region and for the City of Detroit," Piana said.
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Wednesday, June 13, 2012
Community Foundation for Southeast Michigan awards funding to the Woodward Avenue Action Association to help transform the 27-mile corridor.
The Woodward Avenue Action Association (WA3) has been awarded a $30,000 grant to support its efforts to develop a Complete Streets master plan for Woodward Avenue. The grant is from the Community Foundation for Southeast Michigan and complements the $752,880 grant that was previously awarded by the Federal Highway Administration for the initiative. The association, an economic and community development organization based in Royal Oak, plans to develop a "Complete Streets" master plan that will transform the 27-mile corridor – from the Detroit River to Pontiac – into a complete, compatible and integrated roadway. A Complete Streets Steering Committee is being formed, which will be comprised of the Michigan Department of Transportation, …