Complete Streets Program
"The Department views all transportation improvements as opportunities to improve safety, access, and mobility for all travelers in California and recognizes bicycle, pedestrian, and transit modes as integral elements of the transportation system."
-Deputy Directive 64-R1, 2008
Providing safe mobility for all users, including motorists, bicyclists, pedestrians and transit riders, contributes to the Department's mission/vision: "Improving Mobility Across California".
Complete Streets Brochure
(For an 11 x 17 printable brochure version, contact Emily Mraovich.)
FY12-13 Final Status Update on implementation of Caltrans 2010 Complete Streets Implementation Action Plan (CSIAP). Seventy percent of activities were either completed or made significant progress. See attached summary for key highlights and milestones in Caltrans’ efforts to incorporate complete streets throughout department programs and practices.
Implementation Action Plan
Successful long-term implementation of this policy is intended to result in:
Economically, complete streets can help revitalize communities, and they can give families the option to lower transportation costs by using transit, walking or bicycling rather than driving to reach their destinations. The Department is actively engaged in implementing its complete streets policy in all planning, programming, design, construction, operations, and maintenance activities and products on the State Highway System.
- More options for people to go from one place to another
- Less traffic congestion and greenhouse gas emissions
- More walkable communities (with healthier, more active people)
- Fewer barriers for older adults, children, and people with disabilities.
Chief, Office of Community Planning
Complete Streets Coordinator
Branch Chief, Sustainable Mobility
Office of Community Planning
1120 N Street, MS-32
Sacramento, CA 95814
PO Box 942874, MS-32
Sacramento, CA 94274-0001