Seattle DOT Complete Streets Checklist

SDOT will plan for, design and construct all new City transportation improvement projects to provide appropriate accommodation for pedestrian, bicyclists, transit riders, freight, and persons of all abilities, while promoting safe operation for all users.

Complete Streets may be achieved through single projects or incrementally through a series of smaller improvements or maintenance activities over time. It is the Mayor’s and Council’s intent that all sources of transportation funding be drawn upon to implement Complete Streets. The City believes that maximum financial flexibility is important to implementing Complete Streets principles.

This checklist was developed to ensure SDOT projects meet these goals and help to sort through potentially conflicting modal priorities.

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