All local jurisdictions within LA County must adopt a Complete Streets Policy, an adopted City Council Resolution supporting Complete Streets, or an adopted General Plan consistent with the California Complete Streets Act of 2008 at the time they apply for Metro’s capital grant funding programs.
- Metro's 2016 Complete Streets Policy Deadline Update
- Metro's 2014 Complete Streets Policy
- Metro Recommended Policy Elements
- Resources (check back for updates)
- List of LA County Jurisdictions with Complete Streets Policy or Updated General Plan adopted or in progress
The State of California has emphasized the importance of Complete Streets by enacting the California Complete Streets Act of 2008 (AB 1358), which requires that when cities or counties make substantive revisions to the circulation elements of their general plans, they identify how they will provide for the mobility needs of all users of the roadways.
- California Governor’s Office of Planning and Research: Update to the General Plan Guidelines: Complete Streets and the Circulation Element (2010 ) – Guidance on updating a General Plan to comply with state law.
- ChangeLab Solutions: Model Law, Resolution, and General Plan Language on Complete Streets for California Cities and Counties
- Alameda County Transportation Commission: Best Practices for Incorporating Complete Streets in a Circulation Element
Please check back for updates, including information on upcoming trainings and workshops, grant opportunities, and other technical assistance resources.