New report and companion workbook highlight successful Complete Streets policies from across the United States

Communities across the United States adopted 146 Complete Streets policies in 2011, and over 350 policies are now in place across the country. A new report looks at some of the best of these policies, and a new resource can help community leaders bring these practices to their town or city.

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Red Wing, Minn Writes an Rx for Business: Complete Streets

Red Wing, Minn., is a great example of a small town adopting a Complete Streets policy as key part of its efforts to improve public health, economic investment, and quality of life. Today’s post, written by Rails-to-Trails Conservancy, tell’s Red Wing’s Complete Streets story. And be sure to check out a new fact sheet on other small towns and rural communities adopting Complete Streets policies.

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Complete Streets Week Illustrates Demand for Safe Streets for All

Today marks the launch of “Complete Streets Week” in New York State, a grassroots initiative drawing attention to the dangers of incomplete streets. Participants are part of a surge in support for transportation choices across America.

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