- ODOT Multimodal Design Guide
- Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE) Designing Walkable Urban Thoroughfares: A Context Sensitive Approach
- National Association of City Transportation Officials (NACTO) Urban Street Design Guide
- National Association of City Transportation Officials (NACTO) Urban Bikeway Design Guide
- FHWA Bikeway Selection Guide
- FHWA Separated Bike Lanes Planning and Design Guide
- FHWA Guide for Improving Pedestrian Safety at Uncontrolled Crossing Locations
MORPC Complete Streets Policy
All transportation projects receiving MORPC-attributable federal funding are required to comply with this Complete Streets Policy.
Local Complete Streets Policies
Several Central Ohio communities have adopted their own Complete Streets policies, resolutions, or ordinances.
- Columbus – Complete Streets Resolution
- Delaware – Complete Streets Policy
- Dublin – Complete Streets Resolution
- Franklin County – Complete Streets Resolution
- Hilliard – Complete Streets Policy
- Gahanna – Complete Streets Policy
- Liberty Township – Complete Streets Policy
- Upper Arlington – Complete Streets Policy
- Westerville – Complete Streets Resolution
- Worthington – Complete Streets Policy
The 2020 update to the Central Ohio Active Transportation Plan is a collection of tools and resources to help guide local agencies through the process of identifying the most appropriate facility types to accommodate people walking and bicycling. These tools and resources can be used to ensure a project is complying with the MORPC Complete Streets Policy.
]The Complete Streets Toolkit is a resource for planning, designing, constructing, and maintaining Complete Streets. You will find guidance and best practices related to engineering, education, encouragement, enforcement, evaluation, land use, and parking management, among other topics.
Note that this resource was developed in 2012. Some of the materials and references may be out of date.