Resources

Complete Streets Resources

The following is a listing of the most recent publications for this topic.

PUBLICATION TITLE
Quick Bite (Transit): Transit Prioritization Tools and Practices
In recent years, municipal transit agencies have started expanding their on-street transit prioritization toolkits. Many have started implementing dedicated lanes for buses and public transit. Well-implemented bus lanes can help increase travel speeds and efficiency for the bus routes that use them. Other transit prioritization measures--aside from dedicated lanes--include such things as Transit Signal Priority (TSP), off-board fare collection, or queue-jump lanes, and the associated infrastructure such as signs and pavement markings. With differing hours of operation, pavement and sign design treatments, and methods of enforcement, how can agencies standardize the design and implementation of transit prioritization measures to ensure they are efficient and used correctly?
May 5, 2022
ITE Technical Brief: Mobility Hubs
This informational report documents the current state of the practice of mobility hub planning. This report is intended to help promote the mobility hub network concept as a form of development that can support greater sustainability in transportation and urban development.
Apr 26, 2022
Developing Trends Facing the Transportation Profession: A Thought Leadership Report by the ITE Council Leadership Team (2021 Edition)
The 2021 ITE Developing Trends Report represents collective input from ITE Councils and Standing Committees on emerging transportation challenges and solutions. The report covers transportation planning, engineering, management, and operation advancements and will benefit the industry's leaders and professionals in the public and private sectors. The Developing Trends Report Task Force reached out to all ITE Councils and Standing Committees to identify trends relevant to their scope and expertise.
Jan 11, 2022
Managing Curbside Productivity
FHWA Public Roads article from Summer 2021 on Curbside Management.
Sep 7, 2021
Baltimore Harford Rd. ROW Allocation Case Study
The use of performance measures to evaluate alternatives on Harford Road, in Baltimore, MD.
Aug 9, 2021
Baltimore ROW Allocation Case Study
An introduction to the City of Baltimore, MD progressive Complete Streets Ordinance and Design Manual
Aug 9, 2021
Cambridge Western Avenue ROW Allocation Case Study
A transformation of Western Avenue in Cambridge, MA that incorporates the communities lived experiences.
Aug 9, 2021
Lummi Nation Haxton Way ROW Allocation Case Study
The importance of partnerships in delivering a roadway and pathway safety project on Haxton Way within the Lummi Reservation.
Aug 9, 2021
South Bend ROW Allocation Case Study
Utilizing complete streets principles to enhance downtown vibrancy in South Bend, IN
Aug 9, 2021
Victoria ROW Allocation Case Study
Taking a people-first approach that considers the multiple functions of streets in Victoria, BC, Canada.
Aug 9, 2021
Curbside Inventory Report
The FHWA Curbside Inventory Report provides an in-depth technical study pertaining to the collection, inventories, and processing of information relevant to existing conditions, curbside activity, and performance measurement. The analysis provides the practitioner with the tools needed to establish modal priorities within a jurisdiction, paving the way for the pursuit of new projects and strategies. The report identifies appropriate measures of effectiveness to understand project needs, selecting appropriate data to evaluate the measures and project alternatives, and obtaining selected data. It includes a discussion of methodologies for collecting new data relevant to curbside management projects through both manual, in-person observations and automated data collection equipment.
Jul 16, 2021
Curbside Management Tool User Guide
The Curbside Management Tool User Guide provides information on how to use the Curbside Management Tool's suite of components that facilitate data collection, analysis, and treatment recommendations for curbside regulation and public right-of-way (ROW) allocation. A transportation professional with GIS experience should be able to identify relevant treatment options to help agencies allocate curbs and public ROW in line with policy priorities.
Jul 14, 2021
Why Attention to Complete Streets Implementation Is So Important in Serving Historically Disadvantaged Communities
The decisions we make every day as transportation professionals can impact quality of life, access to opportunities, and can result in systemic inequities in our communities. This became very clear as we adapted to new norms throughout the pandemic. The undeniable evidence of disproportionate impacts has been eye-opening. We need to act now and revisit our practices and perspective of success in our profession. We stand at a new crossroads--recognizing the consequences of the past--and must take a new path that radically innovates the way we think, assess, and implement.
May 6, 2021
ITE Virtual Drop-In Session: Facilities for Active Transportation, Part 2
Convener: Marvin Ta, Pennoni
Mar 16, 2021
ITE Virtual Drop-In Session: Facilities for Active Transportation
Convener: Marvin Ta, Pennoni
Feb 25, 2021
2021 ITE Technical Conference: Innovative Intersections and Streets Technical Program
Technical Program for the upcoming 2021 ITE Technical Conference: Innovative Intersections and Streets, held virtually March 23-24, 2021.
Feb 1, 2021
ITE Virtual Drop In Session: Establishing School Zones
Convener: Marvin Ta, Pennoni Associates
Dec 3, 2020
Complete Streets and Goods Movement: The Canadian Experience
The efficient movement of goods is important for urban residents' quality of life and economic prosperity. This means that goods movement must be well integrated with the movement of people. Complete Streets policies and guides aim to achieve this integration. Many cities have developed Complete Streets guides or policies and are now acting on their implementation--see Figure 1 for an example.
Nov 1, 2020
Redefining Greensboro's Gateway
With an eye on creating a well-balanced multimodal transportation system, the Greensboro Urban Area Metropolitan Planning Organization in North Carolina, USA formally adopted a Complete Streets Policy (Policy) in 2015. The effort facilitates the City of Greensboro's mission of developing and maintaining a safe, efficient, sustainable, and environmentally compatible transportation system that provides convenient choices for traveling throughout the Greensboro Metropolitan Area.
Nov 1, 2020
ITE Virtual Drop-In Session: Lighting Design Principles for Uncontrolled Crosswalks
Convener: Jesse Fraser, Carmanah Technologies
Oct 20, 2020

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