MTC Complete Streets Policy Development Workshops

From MTC:

One Bay Area Grant: Complete Streets Policy Development Workshops

Join us at your local CMA for an interactive training by Alta, Parisi Associates, Change Lab, The National Complete Streets Coalition and Spokemore Consulting to satisfy MTC’s Complete Streets requirement for the One Bay Area Grant (OBAG).

This workshop aims to provide guidance to local jusrisdictions on developing local complete street policies. Highlights include:

  • Definition of Complete Streets
    • Examples: context sensitivity, defining users, infrastructure solutions
  • MTC OBAG: Complete Streets Required Elements
  • Compliance
  • Resolution
  • General Plan Amendment Process
  • Implementation Plans
  • Multimodal Level of Service
  • Circulation Plans

CLICK HERE TO RSVP

For more information, contact Annie Young: ayoung@mtc.ca.gov • 510.817.5754

Available Dates:

Host:
Oct. 22 (Mon)

1:30 – 4:30 pm STA
Oct. 23 (Tues)

9 – 12 noon SCTA
Oct. 29 (Mon)

1 – 4 pm VTA
Nov. 5 (Mon)

1 – 4 pm TAM
Nov. 7 (Wed)

1 – 4 pm NCTPA
Nov. 8 (Thurs)

1 – 4 pm ACTC

Note: Event addresses are listed on the RSVP form.

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