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Complete Streets are roadways designed for all travelers, allowing quality access to highways, transit, bicycle and pedestrian facilities. In other words, providing equitable access for all travelers to all modes.
CAMPO Executive Board - June 2019
In June of 2019, the CAMPO Executive Board adopted a Complete Streets Resolution encouraging the NC Department of Transportation (NCDOT) to implement complete street design in as many projects as feasible, especially as part of highway projects.
NCDOT Board of Transportation - August 2019
In August of 2019, the NCDOT Board of Transportation also passed a Complete Streets Policy, and subsequent implementation guide, to enable the inclusion of complete street elements such as sidewalks and bicycle facilities in roadway projects.
- NCDOT Complete Streets Policy Handout
- NCDOT Complete Streets Policy & Implementation Guide
- NCDOT Complete Streets Website
- NCDOT Complete Streets Workshops
Hillsborough Street in Raleigh, N.C.