Active Transportation: Model-Policies
Model Policy

NPLAN has surveyed existing law, conducted extensive legal research, and consulted with legal and policy experts to create these model laws (local ordinances and state statutes) and local and state/regional resolutions (which may be easier to pass, but are not binding) for Complete Streets.

Model Policy

NPLAN has surveyed existing law, conducted extensive legal research, and consulted with legal and policy experts to create these model laws (local ordinances and state statutes) and local and state/regional resolutions (which may be easier to pass, but are not binding) for Complete Streets. 

Model Policy

This document supplies a variety of evidence-backed factual conclusions that support a community’s decision to enact a complete streets resolution or law. An adopting body should select those findings it views as most significant for its community and add findings related to local conditions or concerns.

Model Policy

NPLAN has surveyed existing law, conducted extensive legal research, and consulted with legal and policy experts to create these model laws (local ordinances and state statutes) and local and state/regional resolutions (which may be easier to pass, but are not binding) for Complete Streets. 

Model Policy

More than 100 jurisdictions at the state, local, and regional levels have adopted Complete Streets policies. NPLAN has surveyed existing law, conducted extensive legal research, and consulted with legal and policy experts to create these model laws for Complete Streets.