Complete Streets policies balance people’s needs and safety across all forms of transportation, including walking, biking, public transit and cars. From street lighting to bike lanes to crosswalks, these policies ensure that all residents have safe, convenient ways of getting around and staying active-regardless of their age or ability.
Our assessment of complete streets includes information about city laws valid through May 1, 2020.
*Out of the Nation’s 40 Largest Cities
The state of complete streets policies in big US cities
Thirty-seven out of 40 cities received a medal for complete streets policies, including 30 gold, six silver, and one bronze.
Measuring big cities’ complete streets policies
Data Deep Dive
Data were created and maintained by the Center for Public Health Law Research.