Complete Streets policies nationwide
Across the country and on Capitol Hill, Complete Streets policies have been gaining traction as more places realize the benefits of having safe, accessible, and healthy streets in their communities. In total, over 1500 Complete Streets policies have been passed in the United States, including those adopted by 33 state governments, the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, and the District of Columbia. This Atlas notes places that have adopted some form of a Complete Streets policy. Full policy implementation requires changes and updates to plans, and processes so that they are aligned with the high-level direction of the policy.
Written Complete Streets policies vary in their coverage of all modes and their ability to affect transportation planning and design decisions. Our annual Best Complete Streets Policies report provides detailed information on how existing policies compare to our ten elements of an ideal Complete Streets policy. The report includes examples of policies that do particularly well in meeting the “ideal” and lists the top policies based on jurisdiction and type.
VISUALIZE: View a progression of Complete Streets policy development between 2006-2017 (.pdf)
Explore the Policy Atlas in full screen here.
The map below shows the variety of local citizen groups working across the country for safer streets. These coalitions, advisory groups, and grassroots organizations are on the front lines of local advocacy and community engagement, making them an essential part of the national Complete Streets movement.
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To list your Complete Streets policy in our inventory and atlas, please send us a signed PDF at info [at] completestreets.org or fill out the form below.
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