Complete Streets are roadways designed to safely and comfortably accommodate all users, including, but not limited to motorists, cyclists, pedestrians, transit and school bus riders, delivery and service personnel, freight haulers, and emergency responders. "All users" includes people of all ages and abilities. Learn more about a variety of Complete Streets topics on our toolkit page.
Video on Rethinking Streets for Successful Communities
View the 10-minute video on “Rethinking Streets for Successful Communities”. This video features commentary from leaders in their fields, including: Terry Foegler of OSU, Jack Lucks of Continental Real Estate, Yaromir Steiner of Steiner + Associates, Ken Danter of The Danter Company, Keith Myers of MSI Design, and Carol Coletta of Coletta & Associates (formerly CEOs for Cities). This video helps explain why we need to rethink the way our streets are designed and used, keeping in mind that the type of redevelopment depends on the context and land use of the area. We want our communities in Central Ohio to continue to be successful, and implementing Complete Streets elements can play a key role in that.