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

 Key Destinations
Parks, Schools, Libraries and Regional Shopping Centers tend to generate bicycle and pedestrian activity

Freeways, railroads, and busy highways segment a community and make it difficult for people on foot or bike to get around

Road Crossing Difficulty
There are 47 signalized intersection, 22 marked crosswalks and 3 pedestrian bridges in the City of Roseville.

 Roseville is a Car-Dependent city
Most errands require a car

 Popular Walking/Running Routes
Major Streets and existing trails are popular walking/running routes

Commuters Who Walk to Work
In the City of Roseville 0 – 15% of the population walk to work

Existing Bikeways
There are 0.5 miles of existing bikeways in the City of Roseville

 Popular Bicycle Routes
A lot of bicycle activity along the 1/2 mile roads and Gratiot Ave

 Commuters Who Bike to Work
In the City of Roseville 0-12% of the population bike to work

PedCrashIconPedestrian Crashes
214 pedestrian crashes were reported between 2004-2015, 9 were fatalities

Bicycle Crashes
284 bicycle crashes were reported between 2004 – 2015, 3 were fatalities

Fatal Traffic Accidents
36 fatal traffic accidents reported between 2004 and 2013 in the City of Roseville

Commuters Who Take Public Transit to Work
In the City of Roseville 0 – 14% of the population takes public transit to work

Households Without Vehicles
In some areas of Roseville over 14% of households do not have a vehicle

 Bus Stops
Roseville has about 200 bus stops serviced by SMART

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

Complete Streets Policies
Macomb County adopted a Complete Streets Resolution in 2014 and The City of Roseville adpoted a Complete Street Improvements Ordinance in 2014

Racial Diversity
Each dot represents a person residing in the United States at the location they were counted during the 2010 Census