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Complete Streets means that our streets are planned to be safe and accessible for pedestrians, transit riders, bicyclists, and drivers—all users, regardless of age or ability.

Goals of the Coalition:

1. Work to foster ongoing statewide implementation of Complete Streets processes across all jurisdictions.

2. Partner with the Minnesota Department of Transportation to fully implement the 2010 state Complete Streets law.



Complete streets don't all look the same. See more examples on the National Complete Streets Coalition website.

 


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Welcome

Welcome to the Minnesota Complete Streets Coalition—a collaboration of groups across the state who are working together to make our streets and roads safe for all users. Please join us!

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News & Notes

Mn/DOT updates implementation plan
Posted 3/8/2012

The Minnesota Department of Transportation has a new 27-page work plan online for the implementation of Complete Streets. It's way more detail than the average person likely cares about, but is important work. Thanks to Mn/DOT for continuing work to implement Complete Streets.

 

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Falcon Heights and Northfield join Complete Streets family
Posted 3/8/2012

Falcon Heights adopted a policy last November and Northfield a resolution in February. Northfield will be working over the coming months to iron out the details of a policy and implementation steps. Thanks to their staff and elected officials for joining the movement.

 

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Minnesota Department of Transportation Complete Streets listserv
Posted 2/15/2012

Mn/DOT has a new listserv for updates on Complete Streets work. Sign up today by clicking "email updates" at Mn/DOT Complete Streets page.

 

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Ottertail and Clay Counties Pass Resolution of Support for Complete Streets
Posted 1/3/2012

Two counties in northwest Minnesota passed Complete Streets resolutions in December! There are now 4 counties with policies or resolutions (joining Hennepin and Wilkin) and 26 total local communities in support. You can find Ottertail's resolution here and Clay's here. A big thanks to their county boards, staff, the Fargo-Moorhead Metropolitan Council of Governments, and--especially--PartnerSHIP 4 Health. PartnerSHIP 4 Health has now helped cultivate six Complete Streets policies or resolutions--great work!

You can find a full list of Minnesota Complete Streets communities on our policy page.

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In your community

More than 25 Minnesota Communities have moved on Complete Streets.

Learn steps for how your community can be next!

Local Government Toolkit

Local Advocates Toolkit

Complete Streets Summary


At the Capitol

Complete Streets is law!

The Complete Streets language was part of the transportation policy bill signed by Governor Pawlenty on May 15, 2010.

Read the law here (pdf)


 

 

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