Complete Streets describes a comprehensive, integrated transportation network with infrastructure and design that allows safe and convenient travel along and across streets for all users, including pedestrians, users and operators of public transit, bicyclists, persons with disabilities, seniors, children, motorists, users of green modes, and movers of commercial goods.
- Train applicable Metro staff and local government agency planners, engineers, decision-makers, traffic safety professionals, public health professionals, and community organizations on what makes a Complete Street.
- Assist local jurisdictions to comply with State Assembly Bill 1358 Complete Streets Act of 2008 and Metro’s Complete Streets Policy. Jurisdictions will need to demonstrate that they meet the requirement at the time they apply for future rounds of Metro capital grant funding. See the updated deadline policy here .
- Complete Streets Policy Development
Complete Streets Training Materials
Complete Streets Resources Materials
- Metro's 2016 Complete Streets Policy Deadline Update
- Metro’s Complete Streets Policy
- Complete Streets Policy Requirements
- Policy Development and Implementation Resource
- Sample Complete Streets Policy and Resolution Language
Intended Audience: City planning and public works staff, city staff involved in roadway maintenance, changes, and events, and others as invited by city staff. Interdepartmental attendance is encouraged!
Upcoming training dates
- None scheduled at this time