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.
Wisconsin’s Pedestrian and Bicycle Accommodations law addressing
Complete Streets was codified in 2009. It was incorporated as State
statute SS 84.01(35) and later into administrative rule as
Transportation 75. Workshops were offered throughout the state in Fall
2010 to explain how the law applies to roadways funded with state or
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Last modified: February 18, 2011