Communities have seen amazing results from their Complete Streets projects. These projects have made streets safer, increased the number of people biking, walking, and taking transit, and have been related to broader economic gains. But too few communities measure these results.
Join our webinar today at 1:00 PM EDT to learn how your community can measure Complete Streets project outcomes, hear about communities that have already used these measures, and ask questions of our expert panelists.
Register for the webinar and you’ll receive an advance copy of Evaluating Complete Streets Projects: A guide for practitioners, a new resource from the National Complete Streets Coalition designed to make it easier for transportation professionals to understand and use new measures of success. The guide is complete with general first steps, useful measures and metrics for common Complete Streets goals, tips for sharing successes, and a list of in-depth resources for communities ready to take the next step.
Measuring project performance can help transportation agencies understand what’s working and what’s not. It’s a crucial way for transportation agencies to align project decisions with established goals, and can clearly demonstrate a project’s success. All of this helps agencies make sure they’re getting the most out of their investments.
The new resource will be available today only to webinar registrants. It won’t be available on our website until later this week, so register for today’s event to get your copy.