• NEW! Complete Streets in Delaware: A Guide for Local Governments

    by  • February 28, 2012 • Engineering • 0 Comments

    Complete Streets in Delaware: A Guide for Local Governments is a new on-line and downloadable publication by the University of Delaware Institute for Public Administration (IPA).  This document is intended to help Delaware towns, cities, and counties achieve complete streets in order to provide more balanced transportation systems and to create healthy, livable environments for pedestrians, bicyclists, and transit riders of all ages and abilities.

    Local governments can use this resource to evaluate the extent to which their community vision, plans, policies, design standards, and facility maintenance practices are consistent with complete-streets principles.

    View the guide in PDF
    (approx. 20M download).

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