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All for One and One for All: Complete Streets Implementation

By putting people back into streets, communities create opportunities for the use of all transportation modes. Learn from experiences, new resources, and assessment tools how to integrate people and places into the planning, design, operation, and maintenance of multimodal transportation networks.

Learning Objectives:
  • Describe effective means through examples of practice to successfully implement complete streets in communities.
  • Discover information in the upcoming Context Sensitive Solutions: A Practitioner’s Resource and other assessment methods.
  • Identify key aspects of complete street implementation specific to community context.
Emiko Atherton, Director, National Complete Streets Coalition, Washington, DC

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