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Seventy percent (70%) of residents think that the most efficient transportation system for New Orleans would have separate spaces for people driving, using the transit system, biking, and walking.

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Working together to bring ‘More Safety & Less Stress’ to New Orleans Streets

Health is Wealth Webinar Recording

On November 12th, we held the Health is Wealth webinar in partnership with the New Orleans Regional Black Chamber of Commerce. On the webinar, we heard from Black business leaders, city officials, and the Complete Streets Coalition about how improving safety and accessibility for all people on the roadways is…

How to Show Up for Complete Streets This Week

It’s busy — and it’s only going to get busier. Complete Streets improvements are coming to Central New Orleans, soon to bring more safety and less stress to our streets. As the City builds protected bike lanes, curb islands, pedestrian crossings and more improvements on Elysian Fields in the Marigny,…

Tell City Officials: We Support Complete Streets in the CBD

A couple of weeks ago, the City released designs for protected bike lanes and other Complete Streets improvements in the Central Business District (CBD). These improvements will allow everyone – people walking, biking, driving, and taking public transit – to move through the CBD with more safety and less stress, connecting neighborhoods across Uptown with downtown businesses (and vice versa). We know these new…

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The New Orleans Complete Streets Coalition is a group of organizations, businesses, civic leaders, and community members who support improving our roadways and safe transportation options in order to enhance health, equity, sustainability, prosperity, and quality-of-life for the people of New Orleans.