What are Complete Streets?

Complete Streets balance the needs of drivers, pedestrians, bicyclists, transit vehicles, emergency responders, and commercial vehicles based on the roadway context.  A Complete Streets Policy ensures that local roadways are designed or improved with safety and comfort for all users. Complete Streets policies make our roadways safer and more accessible and create numerous public health and economic benefits for communities.


What are BICYCLE-FRIENDLY streets?

Types of Treatments:
Bike Lane
Bike Lane
Bike Box
Bike Box
Conflict Markings
Conflict Markings
Buffered Bike Lane
Buffered Bike Lane
Protected Bike Lane
Protected Bike Lane
Cycle Track
Cycle Track
Cycle Boulevard
Cycle Boulevard
Protected Intersection
Protected Intersection

What are PEDESTRIAN-FRIENDLY streets?

Types of Treatments:
Pedestrian Countdown Signals
Pedestrian Countdown Signals
Source: AECOM
Public Art
Public Art
Source: NACTO
Pavement Markings
Pavement Markings
Source: AECOM
In-Street Stop for Pedestrian Sign
In-Street Stop for Pedestrian Sign
Source: AECOM
Way finding Signs
Way finding Signs
Source: Together North Jersey
Flashing Beacons
Flashing Beacons
Source: NJDOT
Continuous Sidewalk Network
Continuous Sidewalk Network
Source: NACTO
Pedestrian Scale Lighting
Pedestrian Scale Lighting
Source: NACTO
Landscaping & Street Trees
Landscaping & Street Trees
Source: NACTO
Roadway Closures & Diverters
Roadway Closures & Diverters
Source: NACTO
Raised Crosswalks & Intersections
Raised Crosswalks & Intersections
Source: NACTO
Mini-Traffic Circles
Mini-Traffic Circles
Source: AECOM
Street Furniture
Street Furniture
Source: NACTO
Pavement Treatments
Pavement Treatments
Source: NACTO
Medians & Refuge Islands
Medians & Refuge Islands
Source: NACTO
Curb Ramps
Curb Ramps
Source: AECOM
Curb Extensions
Curb Extensions
Source: Google Maps
Gateways
Gateways
Source: Flickr/Jimmy Emerson, DVM

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