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Resources

Want to learn more about developing a Complete Streets approach in your community? Our resources list (PDF) will get you started.

Implementation resource guide

Complete Streets From Planning to Project

  • Research report (PDF) on the planning and implementation of complete streets at multiple scales
  • Seminar Video: Session One (project overview and research findings)
  • Seminar Video: Session Two (panel discussion)

Legal Review of Pedestrian, Bicycle, and Non-motorized Transportation

The complete streets approach helps maximize the use of public roadway surfaces and right-of-way to create a comprehensive, integrated and connected multimodal transportation system.
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The Public Health Law Center at William Mitchell College of Law reviewed Minnesota and Federal statutes and regulations relating to the pedestrian, bicycle, and other non-motorized transportation. They reviewed the legal framework governing the transportation system and analyzed laws affecting these modes.

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Examples of policies, plans or resolutions

National Complete Streets Coalition report

Partners

Ways to get involved

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