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Complete Streets Implementation

Complete Streets Example

Latest Updates

New Item2018 FDOT Design Manual recognized as one of the Best Complete Streets initiatives of 2017


Feb 2018 Status Report


Milestone: 2018 FDOT Design Manual


Milestone: FDOT Context Classification Document

District Complete Streets Coordinators


FDOT Complete Streets Brochure 



Complete Streets - Implementation Plan

The Florida Department of Transportation FDOT Design Manual will help us provide more context-sensitive roads by putting "the right street in the right place." 


Contact DeWayne Carver, AICP

State Complete Streets Program Manager, (850) 414-4322

Complete Streets Policy

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Context Classification Webinar Series

Complete Streets Workshops


SSTI Webinar:

FDOT Context Classification


FDOT’s DeWayne Carver and the City of Orlando’s Billy Hattaway presented on the new Context Classification system in this November 28, 2017 State Smart Transportation Initiative (SSTI) Webinar


Walkable downtowns drawing companies

Article from ULI indicating trend toward walkable downtowns is continuing to be a strong economic development incentive


Florida embraces Complete Streets

The journal "Public Square" details FDOT's "colossal" effort to implement Complete Streets statewide.


Millennials Changing Transportation

Recent article from the New York Post describes the potential impact our Millennial generation will have on Complete Streets


AARP recognizes FDOT Complete Streets


Aging in Place

Complete Streets help build communities where we can age in place


Bicycle and Pedestrian Partnership Council

FDOT's Bicycle/Pedestrian Partnership Council, the interagency group that reviews and recommends policy changes for FDOT's bicycle and pedestrian programs


Florida Transit-Oriented Development


FDOT's guidance on creating transit oriented developments with compact, walkable design and complete streets


Florida Roundabout Tip Card

Modern roundabouts are a proven way to increase the safety of intersections and have many applications in Complete Streets projects. This Tip Card from FDOT's Alert Today/Alive Tomorrow program describes the benefits of roundabouts and how to use them


Florida Roundabout Website

FDOT's Roundabout information site. Includes FAQs, policy and design information


Freight Roadway Design Considerations (FRDC)


FDOT's DRAFT context-based freight design standards to help implementing agencies apply context-sensitive solutions regarding effective and efficient goods movement throughout the region

Governing Magazine Article

Wisconsin's experiment with Complete Streets has lessons for Florida


Statewide Lane Elimination Guidance Phase1


FDOT's compilation of road diet examples and sample analysis processes

Statewide Lane Elimination Guidance Phase2

FDOT's own internal guidance for implementing road diet projects on the State System


Millennials-Coming of Age

This infographic provides a look at one of the key demographic groups behind the Complete Streets approach to place making


Multi-Modal Corridor Planning Handbook

FDOT District 5 has prepared a Multimodal Planning Guidebook to help communities tie land use planning and transportation into a "complete street." While written for District 5, it could be applied elsewhere in Florida as well


Smart Growth America

The National Complete Streets Coalition website. non-profit, non-partisan alliance of public interest organizations and transportation professionals committed to the development and implementation of Complete Streets policies and practices


St. Pete Times Article

FDOT Secretary Jim Boxold makes Complete Streets a priority for economic development


Street Mix

An online tool to help visualize alternative configurations for complete streets. You can "drag and drop" elements in various combinations to give your street a "makeover" for greater livability!


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