Complete Streets are roadways designed and operated to enable safe,
convenient, and comfortable access and travel for all users.
Pedestrians, bicyclists, motorists and public transport users of all
ages and abilities are able to safely and comfortably move along and
across a complete street.
The plan outlines statewide and local measures to increase walking
and promote pedestrian comfort and safety. The plan provides a policy
framework addressing pedestrian issues and clarifies WisDOT’s role in
meeting the needs of the walking public.
Accommodating people with disabilities on pedestrian
The Americans with Disabilities Act and other state and federal
legislation requires pedestrian facilities be built to allow the safe
and convenient passage of people with a variety of disabilities.
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Last modified: December 2, 2010