Join us this Thursday for the release of "The Best Complete Streets Policies of 2016" report! We'll be kicking things off with a webinar at 12:00pm ET and interviewing a representative from this year's top community.
Complete streets are planned, designed, built, and maintained to safely accommodate travelers of all ages and abilities—motorists, pedestrians, bicyclists, and ...public transit users—including children, non-drivers, older adults, and persons with disabilities. Did you know #CcmpleteStreets also provide economic benefits to local communities? National Complete Streets Coalition
Complete Streets News — May 2017
Excited to highlight the important work of Langley, WA on the 5/17 National Complete Streets Coalition webinar
Power down: Latinos in marginalized neighborhoods may feel unheard and fearful when it comes to bicycle advocacy.
Join us tomorrow at 1:00PM EDT for a webinar on Complete Streets:
Complete Streets News — March 2017
Join us today for a webinar at 1pm ET!
TODAY'S TRAINING OPPORTUNITY: What’s the connection between public health and Complete Streets? And how can professionals in public health and transportation w...ork together to create streets that are safe and convenient for a variety of active transportation choices?
This webinar is today at 10am, so don't miss out on this great learning opportunity.
Registration Link: https://cc.readytalk.com/registration/…
Complete Streets News — February 2017
Complete Streets News — January 2017
"Our kupuna really shouldn't have to cross their fingers every time they cross the road and hope that they will make it to the other side."
A national study ran...ks Hawaii roads deadliest in the country for senior pedestrians. Chelsea Davis reports.
Check out our new report, Dangerous by Design!
Smart Growth America and the National Complete Streets Coalition just released their 2016 of Dangerous By Design report which "takes a closer look at the alarmi...ng epidemic of pedestrian deaths. The fourth edition of this report, once again ranks the most dangerous places for people walking by a 'Pedestrian Danger Index,' or PDI. It also explores who is most at risk of being struck and killed by a car while walking, including data that looks at pedestrians by age, race, ethnicity and income." This report is a great resource! Take a look!
Will you be in DC for the 2017 Transportation Research Board Meeting? Join us on January 10th for our Seventh Annual Complete Streets Dinner. Tickets are on sale and going fast!
Complete Streets News — November 2016