Why is this measure important?

Complete Streets Ordinance addresses design elements needed for better use by pedestrians, bicyclists, and transit users . Complete streets projects are beneficial to the public for several reasons: encouraging active transportation (walking, biking, and using transit promotes healthy weight in children and adults), improving air quality, increasing safe connectivity to neighborhood retail, schools, community centers, and transit stops, supporting mixed use development known to result in fewer automobile trips, and providing transportation choices for residents who don’t own a car.

Strategic Plan Goal

Public Infrastructure

 

Business Strategy

Innovation

FY21 Target

5

# of Complete Street Projects

FY22 Target

5

# of Complete Street Projects



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Federally funded projects are programmed in the Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) every two years. Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) local General Obligation bond projects are selected every two years. Infrastruction Capital Improvement Plan (ICIP) state funded projects are considered annually. Operations & Maintenance projects are funded using state grants annually.


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Count number of complete street projects funded per annual memo to County Commission




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Funded 2017 complete streets projects identified in Pedestrian & Bicyclist Safety Action Plan and ADA Transition Plan, below is the 2020 Complete Street list:
Camino del Valle, Atrisco Vista Blvd Extension Phase 1 Design, Barcelona Rd Phase 3 Design, Sunset Rd Phase 3
FY21 Q3 - Completed :  Ladera Dr/ Atrisco Vista Blvd (EDA grant for fiber optics), Isleta Drain Trail Master Plan

 


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