Work is still going on behind the scenes related to and approval for them could happen this summer.
The bike paths were an initiative through the 's 'Live Well Grosse Pointe' campaign.
Wayne County Commissioner Tim Killeen said the plans must be reviewed by both the legal representatives from the county and from the Grosse Pointes.
While there was some , Killeen said it's possible there will be more of a focus on being a bike-friendly community with heavy signage.
Last July, . That route has not been made public.
Committee leader Ed Lazar recently told Killeen the group is nearing completion of its plans. Killeen said the legal review needs to happen within the next month or two in order to get the final plans before each of the Grosse Pointe city councils in June and July.
The $70,000 from the Wayne County Parks and Recreation Division secured by Killeen to pay for the bike lane markings and signs must be used by Sept. 30.
Killeen said the way the funding works each of the Grosse Pointes have to spend the money on the project and then receive a reimbursement from the county. The project has been important to Killeen, who often hears from Grosse Pointers about paying taxes into the county's parks and recreation division but not seeing any return on those dollars.
All of the municipal parks in the Grosse Pointes are restricted to use by residents only and entry is dependent on having a pass, which is issued annually by each of the cities. The county funding is only able to go toward projects that are accessible to the public, which is why the bike paths qualify.
Killeen said he is confident the project will happen despite the seemingly slow process its taken since he secured the money.