Join us to celebrate 500 Complete Streets policies

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Over the past eight years, the National Complete Streets Coalition has helped communities across the United States make their streets safer and more accessible for everyone who uses them. Even more communities have learned about Complete Streets and implemented policies on their own. In fact, there are now 500 Complete Streets policies on the books in the United States, and we think that’s worth celebrating!

Join us here on Wednesday, August 14, 2013 to watch a live video stream of our 500th Complete Streets policy celebration. The event speakers will look back at the communities that have passed these policies, commemorate the city that adopted the 500th policy and look ahead at what’s next for the movement.

In addition, join the conversation on Twitter at #500policies, or share a photo of your favorite Complete Street on our Facebook page.

Celebrate 500 Complete Streets policies: Donate

500 policies is an enormous accomplishment. Commemorate this milestone and help us pass the next 500 Complete Streets policies by donating to the National Complete Streets Coalition today:

We’re proud that so many towns, cities, regions and states have chosen to make their streets safer and more accessible for everyone who uses them by implementing Complete Streets policies. We look forward to celebrating this milestone and passing the next 500 policies together.

Thank you to our sponsors who have made this event possible:

Nelson\Nygaard

Association of Pedestrian and Bicycle Professionals Bike Walk Tennessee
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    One Response to Join us to celebrate 500 Complete Streets policies

    1. Deborah Dale says:

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