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.
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- Complete Streets in the Southeast: A Tool Kit, by AARP, Smart Growth America and the National Complete Streets Coalition (2014)
- Complete Streets in the States: A Guide to Legislative Action, by AARP, Smart Growth America and the National Complete Streets Coaltion (2013)
- Dangerous by Design 2014, by Smart Growth American, National Complete Streets Coalition and AARP
- Dangerously Incomplete Streets, slideshow by AARP
- Making Safe Streets a Real Possibility, article by AARP CEO A. Barry Rand
- AARP Complete Streets Case Study: Vermont, Hawaii, Indiana and Washington, by AARP
- Complete Streets Local Policy Workbook, Smart Growth America, National Complete Streets Coalition
- Making New York a Complete Streets State: Report on Pedestrian Safety in 5 Upstate Counties, by AARP
- City of New Haven Complete Streets Design Manual,by City of New Haven
- New York Complete Streets Week: Streets & Sidewalks Survey Results (PDF), AARP
- Complete Streets Policies Examples Lists 2007-2010, National Coalition for Complete Streets
- Video: Copenhagen Cargo Bikes, by streetfilms.org
- Public Policies for Pedestrian and Bicyclist Safety and Mobility, by the Federal Highway Administration
- Getting From Here to There: The Opinions of Oahu, Hawai’i, Residents 50+ on Complete Streets, by AARP
- Healthy Equitable Transportation Policy Research and Recommendations, by PolicyLink, et al