How is California implementing Complete Streets?

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Equity, Implementation, and Complete Streets in California

Since 2005, California has passed over 100 Complete Streets policies—from large municipalities such as Los Angeles county, to midsize suburbs such as East Palo Alto, to small towns just outside the hills of San Francisco.

Passing Complete Streets policies has been an important step for California, but how does this commitment on paper translate to changes on the pavement? Join our panelists at Street Lights: Illuminating Implementation and Equity in Complete Streets as they deep dive into challenges and successes of integrating social equity goals and implementing Complete Streets in California. We’ll be joined by:

Kome Ajise, Chief Deputy Director, California Department of Transportation (confirmed)
Tamika Butler, Executive Director, Los Angeles County Bicycle Coalition (confirmed)
Craig Martinez, Program Manager, The California Endowment (confirmed)
Robert Sanchez, Transportation Engineering Associate, Los Angeles Department of Transportation (confirmed)

Taking place on November 15, 2016 in Sacramento, CA, Street Lights will be a chance for transportation planners and engineers, community, equity, and health advocates, local officials, and Complete Streets practitioners to share ideas, brainstorm solutions, and celebrate the success of the Complete Streets movement nationwide.

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