Complete Streets Policies

Complete Streets is a policy and procedural approach to roadway design focused on the needs of all transportation users, regardless of their age, ability, or mode of travel. It provides a framework for planners, engineers, and elected officials to incorporate active forms of transportation into roadway design projects wherever feasible. As of October 2016, we are aware of 44 municipalities or other entities that have adopted Complete Streets policies in Illinois. Many of these policies were developed with the assistance of the Active Transportation Alliance.

Here are the Complete Streets policies that have passed in Illinois: