Downriver Linked Greenways

The Downriver Linked Greenways Initiative (DLGI) began in 1999 as a result of the Downriver Summit, hosted by Congressman John D. Dingell. To date, there are nearly 30 miles of bike trails to choose from. It is a community-driven regional effort to coordinate non-motorize transportation (biking, walking, kayaking, canoeing) in the Downriver area of southeast Michigan. The Downriver communities recognize the importance and need for the improvement of issues surrounding the quality of life of Downriver residents, employees and visitors by connecting communities to one another and to the larger Southeast Michigan Region.

Downriver Linked Greenways Web Site

Contact Information


Melvindale, MI 48122

Driving Directions

Phone: (313) 410-9431


Location of Downriver Linked Greenways

Map of Michigan