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What Are Complete Streets?

Complete Streets are streets for everyone. They are designed and operated to enable safe access for all users, including pedestrians, bicyclists, motorists and transit riders of all ages and abilities.

014.jpgComplete Streets aims to improve access to safe modes of transportation, vibrant places, and quality of life through street-level improvements that make the safe and active choice the easy choice for all roadway users.

Why Complete Streets for Rockland County?

  • At-risk Rockland County residents (i.e., youth, the aging, racial/ethnic minorities, and low-income individuals) are victim to a disproportionate number of pedestrian fatalities.
  • Only about 7% of all reportable crashes involved pedestrians, cyclists, and other users of non-motorized transportation, but they account for 25% of all fatal crashes.    
  • For NYS crash data and summary reports visit Institute for Traffic Safety Management & Research 

Women crossing mid-block where no crosswalk exists; vehicle traffic travels at approximately 35 mph.  

Arrive Alive: Walk Wise Drive Smart Presentation
Did you know? Of the top 20 counties and communities in New York State for highest number of Traffic Injuries and Fatalities Rockland County Ranked 13th and the Town of Ramapo has the highest rate of pedestrian-traffic injuries and deaths in the County - find out how to keep yourself and your family safe and get important traffic safety information for both pedestrians and drivers.
Schedule an Arrive Alive: Walk Wise Drive Smart or School Traffic Safety presentation! Call (845) 364-2500 for more information.

Existing Policies in Rockland County:   

Please visit to see a list of other New York State municipalities and counties that have passed Complete Streets policies.

For Walkers & Cyclists: