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How can I get involved withComplete Streets?
A broad coalition of advocates and transportationprofessionals are working to enact complete streets policiesacross the country.
JOIN US BY BECOMING A MEMBER OR PARTNER!
Becoming a member or partner is easy. We simply ask thatyou endorse the Coalition’s mission by returning thesign-up form available on our web site; collaborate withleading national and regional organizations to advancecomplete streets and make an annual contribution at theappropriate level.While donations are not a requirement, they are central toour ability to spread the word, coordinate action, and helporganizations nationwide get it right.
The National Complete Streets CoalitionSteering Committee:
AARPActive Living by DesignAlliance for Biking and WalkingAmerica BikesAmerica WalksAmerican Council of the BlindAmerican Planning AssociationAmerican Public Transportation AssociationAmerican Society of Landscape ArchitectsAssociation of Pedestrian and Bicycle ProfessionalsCity of Boulder Institute of Transportation of EngineersKimley-Horn and AssociatesLeague of American BicyclistsMcCann ConsultingNational Center for Bicycling and WalkingSafe Route to School National PartnershipSmart Growth America
National Complete Streets Coalition1707 L St NW, Suite 1050 Washington DC 20036(202) firstname.lastname@example.org
Dozens of states, counties, and cities have been adopt-ing policies at an accelerating pace, including the Statesof California and Illinois, and cities like Seattle and IowaCity. Keep track by
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What do others have to say about Complete Streets?
“Now, nally, there’s an organized nationwide move
ment to ght the good ght for safer streets. It’s acoalition mounting a nationwide campaign for city and town roadways that include safe, quality space for pedestrians and cyclists and public transit users, ac
commodating their wishes just as seriously as those of car and truck drivers. It’s called, ttingly, the CompleteStreets movement.”
–Columnist Neal Pierce
“We have very real challenges facing our country, and they are all interwoven. We now know that we must change our environmental and energy policy, and reduce our impact on the planet. By opening up our roadways to pedestrians and cyclists, we can help easethe congestion on our nation’s roads.”
–Congresswoman Doris Matsui (CA-5)
The streetsof our citiesand towns oughtto be for everyone,
whether young or old,motorist or bicyclist, walkeror wheelchair user, busrider or shopkeeper.But too many of our streets aredesigned only for speeding cars,
or worse, creeping trafc jams. These
streets are unsafe for people on foot or bikeand unpleasant for everybody.Now, in communities across the country, amovement is growing to complete thestreets. States, cities, and towns areasking their planners, engineers,and designers to build roadnetworks that welcomeall citizens.
Schedule a workshop!
To help communities successfully adopt complete streets policies, the National Complete Streets Coalition offersinteractive, full-day workshops led by national experts on policy development and policy implementation. Visit our website for more informationabout scheduling a workshop.