Complete Streets Archive

Reports, case studies, policies, presentations and more

Senior couple walking in their neighborhood. Credit: Getty Images

Complete Streets are usable by pedestrians, as well as by cars. — Getty Images

The resources listed below are about Complete Streets, also referred to as Safe Streets, which are programs and policies that encourage communities to ensure that their roads are safe for all users — drivers, pedestrians, bicyclists, public transportation riders, older adults, children, people with disabilities.

The information is presented in reverse chronological order by the source material's publication or release date and includes reports, case studies, tool kits and more.

If you have suggestions for resources to add to this collection, let us know by emailing livable@aarp.org.

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