Webinar Recap: The Best Complete Streets Policies of 2018


Last week we brought together representatives from three of the top ten communities with high scoring policies in our recent report, The Best Complete Streets Policies of 2018. They shared their insights on the process of passing a strong Complete Streets policy and answered viewers’ questions. A recording of the webinar is now available. You can also read the brief recap below.

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Complete Streets steering committee spotlight: S&ME


The National Complete Streets Coalition is just that—a coalition—and our success is made possible by our many partner organizations. S&ME is one of the newest members of our Steering Committee and we’re proud to welcome them. We sat down with George Kramer, area manager for planning & design, to learn more about their work and what drives their commitment to Complete Streets.

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Announcing the Best Complete Streets Policies of 2018

The National Complete Streets Coalition has released their annual evaluation of new Complete Streets policies. This year, a new and improved grading framework set a higher bar for communities by emphasizing equity and implementation. Download the full report—The Best Complete Streets Policies of 2018—for the full ranking and community profiles.

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Smart Growth America tapped to help determine the future of the Buffalo Skyway


Like a number of other 1950’s-era, aging elevated highways that are (or have already) reached the end of their designed lifespans, the elevated Buffalo Skyway bridge in New York could be the latest to be replaced with a more people-centric design that better connects the city to its waterfront. Smart Growth America’s CEO Calvin Gladney has been selected to join a panel of other notable experts to judge a state-chartered design competition about its future.

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Safe Streets, Smart Cities Academy takes its next steps in Durham


For the second meeting of the Safe Streets, Smart Cities Academy, teams from Huntsville, AL and Pittsburgh, PA traveled to meet their peers in Durham, NC. During the meeting, teams honed in on next steps for their safety demonstration projects and talked about how to define success and measure the outcomes from their demos. Teams also worked to strengthen skills in community engagement and collaboration across sectors and jurisdictions.

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