Complete Streets are a set of street design principles that promote walking, cycling, driving, and public transportation for all populations. Municipalities typically implement Complete Streets through executive orders, regulations, or informal policies aimed at government and private actors who design and construct streets. The laws and policies may create exceptions to these protocols, evauation requirements for Complete Streets efforts, and establish authority in specific agencies to implement Complete Streets. This dataset includes policies, ordinances, and executive orders for Denver, CO; Nashville, TN; and Philadelphia, PA. Click on the links below to see all questions and citations for that municipality, or compare features of the laws by selecting from the questions below.
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