About ITE

Complete Streets Council

Chair: Natalie Chyba, Fehr & Peers, Los Angeles, CA, USA

Vice Chair: Adam Smith, City of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA, USA

Guiding Principle: Transportation professionals collaborating to plan, design, and operate streets for all users of all abilities in a safe and equitable manner.

Complete Street Council

The ITE Complete Streets Council (CSC) represents and promotes the needs of pedestrians, bicyclists, transit users, freight, autos, and other forms of travel in the planning, design, construction, operation and maintenance of complete, multi-modal transportation systems. The Council works to position ITE as the go-to resource on multi-modal transportation for its members and as an active partner with other organizations and agencies in this field. As a cross-cutting technical council, the CSC coordinates and showcases ongoing initiatives and evaluates internal and external technical, policy, and institutional opportunities for ITE to become a leader in complete streets.

The following are examples of how being a CSC member will benefit you directly:

  • Meaningful on-line discussions of multi-modal transportation planning, funding, implementation, maintenance, and evaluation/measurement.
  • Access to professional development training opportunities.
  • Ability to mine and share valuable information with similar professionals.
  • Opportunity to conduct, sponsor, and review research on multi-modal transportation and complete streets.
  • Establishment of lasting professional relationships with your peers.

Please start or join a discussion on our Community site. Your input is welcome on both technical initiatives and communication/outreach strategies.

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