Local Complete Streets Policies
Jurisdictions throughout Alameda County have demonstrated their dedication to all modes of transportation and all users through their adoption of complete streets policies. Every local jurisdiction in the county will have adopted a complete streets policy by June 30, 2013, as shown below.
The term complete streets describes roadways that accommodate all users, ranging from pedestrians, bicyclists, transit riders and operators, motorists, and movers of commercial goods. Complete streets serve users of all abilities, including people with disabilities, aging adults, children, and bicyclists with varying abilities and comfort levels. More information on the requirements for local complete streets policy resolutions can be found on the Complete Streets page.