Model Policies — Complete Streets

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California Complete Streets for Disadvantaged Communities Bill

Would require the state department of transportation to increase the annual number of Complete Streets projects undertaken by the department by 20 percent and increase accessibility for low-income and disadvantaged communities by increasing multimodal transportation proximity to employment, jobs,...

Published on 12/19/16
Funding Mechanism: Executive/Agency Action
Topic Area: Transportation, Equity, Transit, Walking, Cycling
State: California
Tags: Complete Streets, 2016

Success Stories

“Complete Communities” Law Creates Unique Collaboration Between Local Governments and Delaware DOT

On May 5, 2016, the Delaware General Assembly passed Senate Bill (SB) 130—the Complete Communities bill—which takes a unique policy approach whereby the Delaware Department of Transportation (DelDOT) and local communities work together to create more bikeable, walkable communities around...

Published on 12/20/16
Funding Mechanism: Bill, Executive/Agency Action
Topic Area: Transportation, Cycling, Walking, Transit, Economic Development
Tags: Transit-Oriented Development (TOD), 2016

Clean Ohio: Bond Initiative Creates Hundreds of Millions for Trails, Conservation

First approved by voters in 2000, the Clean Ohio Fund is a $400 million state bond initiative that restores, protects and connects Ohio’s natural and urban places by preserving open space and farmland, improving outdoor recreation and attracting investment and economic development. The program,...

Published on 12/20/16
Funding Mechanism: Ballot Initiative, Constitutional Amendment
Topic Area: Economic Development, Environment/Sustainability, Trails, Dedicated Funding
Tags: Bond, 2000, 2008