The following dashboard provides a snapshot of the current bicycling and walking environment in Center Line.

 Center Line is a Very Walkable City
Most errands can be accomplished on foot

 Popular Walking/Running Routes
Major Streets are popular walking/running routes.

Commuters who Walk to Work
In the Center Line 0 – 7% of the population walk to work

 Popular Bicycle Routes
Bicycle activity happens on local and collector roads such as Stephens, Sherwood, Lawernce and Engleman

 Commuters that Bike to Work
In the Center Line 0% of the population bikes to work

Fatal Traffic Accidents
7 fatal traffic accidents reported between 2004 and 2013 in the Center Line

PedCrashIconPedestrian Crashes
51 pedestrian crashes were report between 2004-2015

Bicycle Crashes
49 bicycle crashes where reported between 2004 – 2015

Commuters who Take Public Transit to Work
In the Center Line 0 – 5% of the population takes public transit to work

Households without Vehicles
In some areas of Center Line over 14% of households do not have a vehicle

 Bus Stops
SMART services Center Line with bus stops along 10 Mile Road and Van Dyke.

Traffic Volume
Roads with low traffic volumes tend to be more comfortable routes for people who bike and walk