Implementing Complete Streets Public Awareness Campaigns

State University of New York at Albany School of Public Health


One of the goals of the NYS Prevention Agenda is to promote attention to the health implications of policies and actions that occur outside of the health sector, including transportation and public safety. Complete streets policies create safer and smarter multi-modal transportation networks for all pedestrians, bicyclists, and transit users of all ages and abilities. Complete streets policies are ultimately geared towards promoting healthy lifestyles. Learn how two New York communities have used public awareness campaigns to encourage their residents to use walking and biking facilities or trail networks that have been established as a result of complete streets projects.

CHSC Priority Area(s):

Complete Streets



Area(s) of Expertise:

Community Engagement Complete Streets Complete Streets Implementation Complete Streets Policy

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