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Complete Streets in Delaware: A Guide for Local Governments


This document is intended to help Delaware towns, cities, and counties achieve complete streets by evaluating the extent to which their community vision, plans, policies, design standards, and facility maintenance practices are consistent with complete-streets principles.  Concepts and principles within this publication can be used by other states and local governments.

Primary Toolkit:

Healthy Community Design Toolkit

Keyword Area:

Community Design, Land Use, Planning, Policies, Transportation Planning


Institutional Author:

University of Delaware Institute for Public Administration





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