"Tricks & Tools for Implementing Complete Streets" Forum

A cyclist rides next to streetside restaurant seating on a street that is closed to vehicles.

In 2006, the Metropolitan Transportation Commission adopted Resolution 3765, a policy known as Complete Streets, to ensure that all projects funded with regional funds consider the accommodation of pedestrians, cyclists, public transit users and drivers as part of project planning, design, funding and construction. Complete Streets are streets designed for all users, including people who walk, bike, drive and use public transit.

This Planning Innovations forum highlights best practices from around the region on how to implement Complete Streets.

Bay Area Vision Zero

The Metropolitan Transportation Commission Regional Safety/Vision Zero Policy establishes a strategy for working with partner agencies to support equitable and data-driven action towards eliminating traffic deaths and serious vehicular injuries in the Bay Area by 2030.