Complete Streets are safe, comfortable, and convenient for travel for everyone, regardless of age or ability – motorists, pedestrians, bicyclists, and public transportation riders.
A Complete Streets Policy was approved by City Council on June 10, 2013. The Policy received recognition from the National Complete Streets Coalition as a Top 15 policy for 2013. A Complete Streets Advisory Committee meets on a regular basis to implement the policy and provide input into transportation projects.
Watch the Complete Streets Advisory Committee Project Update from March 30, 2021 here.
Find a PDF of the Complete Streets Policy Complete Streets Policy and Resolution here.
Find the August 2018 Complete Streets Power Point presentation to City Council here.
Projects influenced by Complete Streets Policy and Advisory Committee:
The Park Avenue Bike Friendly Corridor
Hwy 63 Enhancements
University Avenue Enhancements
Mid-Block Crossing Light
Way Finding Signage
Sidewalk Policy & Sidewalk Infill
Complete Streets Advisory Committee
|Anne Marie Kofta||Northeast Iowa Area Agency on Aging|
|Aric Schroeder||City of Waterloo Planning Department|
|David Sturch||MET Transit|
|Jessica Rucker||City of Waterloo Planning Department|
|Matt Schindel||Engineering Department|
|Pat Morrissey||City of Waterloo City Council|
|Paul Huting||City of Waterloo Leisure Services Department|
|Ray Feuss||City of Waterloo City Council|
|Sandie Greco||City of Waterloo Traffic Operations Department|
|Wayne Castle||City of Waterloo Engineering Department|