The National Complete Streets Coalition is coming out with two new resources detailing the benefits of Complete Streets projects, and how to measure them.
Coming out March 24, 2015
1 PM EDT
How well do Complete Streets projects achieve transportation goals like safety and throughput? How do they support broader economic efforts? This new research looks at data from dozens of Complete Streets projects from across the country to compare the outcomes communities get from their investments. Join the online kickoff discussion to hear about the success some cities have had with Complete Streets.
Evaluating Complete Streets Projects
Coming out March 31, 2015
1 PM EDT
A Complete Streets approach connects community goals to transportation investments, and measuring the performance of these projects can help communicate that connection. This introductory guide will provide an overview of how to evaluate Complete Streets projects, including the measures and metrics most useful to common goals, and a handy list of resources for more in-depth application.
Whether you want to learn how Complete Streets projects have benefitted other communities or how to measure the benefits of a Complete Streets approach in your own city, our upcoming resources will be a must-read.
I hope you’ll join us as we launch both of these features later this month.