Model Policies — Complete Streets

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Washington Additive Transportation Funding

Part of a transportation appropriations bill: $1.75 million of the multimodal transportation account–state appropriation and $5.3 million of the motor vehicle account (federal appropriation) are provided solely for newly selected safe routes to schools projects. Passed (with exceptions not related...

Published on 12/19/16
Funding Mechanism: Bill
Topic Area: Transportation, Transit, Cycling, Walking, Dedicated Funding
State: Washington
Tags: Budget Bill, 2015, Safe Routes to School, Complete Streets,

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Massachusetts Complete Streets Funding Program

The MassDOT Complete Streets Funding Program was created by legislative authorization through the 2014 Transportation Bond Bill with the intent of rewarding municipalities that demonstrate a commitment to embedding Complete Streets in policy and practice. Passed. Read the legislation.

Published on 12/17/16
Funding Mechanism: Executive/Agency Action
Topic Area: Equity, Safety, Health, Transportation, Environment/Sustainability, Economic Development, Cycling, Walking, Transit, Dedicated Funding
State: Massachusetts
Tags: Bond, Local option, Transit-Oriented Development (TOD), Complete Streets, 2014

Success Stories

Pennsylvania Transportation Bill Means Millions for Trails, Walking and Biking

When Pennsylvania passed a comprehensive transportation bill, Act 89, in 2013, it was a big win for walking and biking in the state. The bill allocates funding for all modes of surface transportation—roads, transit, and yes, even walking and biking. Although trails, walking and biking must...

Published on 12/20/16
Funding Mechanism: Bill
Topic Area: Transportation, Transit, Cycling, Walking, Trails, Dedicated Funding, Vehicle Fees, Taxes
Tags: Gas tax, 2013