May Complete Streets Action Team Meeting


In California, Complete Streets Policy Legislation exists at the state level with AB1358 (2008), requiring cities and counties to include complete streets policies as part of their general plans as they are updated.  There is also statewide policy on Complete Streets at Caltrans through Deputy Directive 64-R1, and revisions to the CA Highway Design Manual are taking place now.  Throughout California, many counties and other local jurisdictions have, or are in the process of implementing complete streets policies.

On our March call we discussed some of the alternative tools (other than Auto LOS) that can be used for implementing complete streets.  There was an interest in talking about methods that can be used to create different standards for urban and rural areas within a jurisdiction as well as an interest in learning more about the individual methods.

This action team will be meeting via conference call on  May 9th, 10-11 am. 

Conference Call Number: 1-866-394-4146
Access Code: 553816012#
Mute/unmute: *4

Agenda: (Draft subject to revision)

1.  Welcome, Introductions 5 mins

2.  Check in – taking a moment to check in with those on the call.  Talk about what they are working on regarding complete streets, 10 mins

3.  MTC update on Complete Streets Requirements by Marty Martinez -SRTSNP

4.  Auto Trips Generated by Tilly Chang – SFCTA

5. Wrap up to discuss future meeting topics and Action Team Goals

6. Schedule next meeting

One Response to May Complete Streets Action Team Meeting

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