Members & Supporters

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.

We believe in constructing streets in a way that best accommodates all people safely and easily, no matter how they travel – whether driving, walking, biking, taking transit, and/or using mobility-assistance devices.

Become a Member or Supporter of the New Orleans Complete Streets Coalition!

Executive Committee Members
Coalition Members

A Community Voice — American Planning Association of Metro New Orleans — Human Development Center at LSU Health Center — Louisiana Cancer Prevention and Control Programs — Movin’ for Life — New Orleans Black Social Workers — Tulane Prevention Resource Center — Wiznia Architecture & Development — Semi-Tough Cycling Club

New Orleans Complete Streets Coalition Supporters

Coalition Supporters have publicly taken a stand to call for rebuilding our roadways in ways that improve health equity, the local economy, our neighborhoods’ quality of life, the resilience of our local environment, and the safety of all our people using the streets

AARP
Access Health Louisiana
Algiers Point Association
Bike Law Louisiana
Bike Shoppe
Blue Bikes
Bokah Bikes
Broad Theater
Byblos Development
Center for Planning Excellence
Committee for a Better New Orleans
Community Voice
Design Jones
Dig Easy
DiscoveryFEST Enrichment Program
Entergy New Orleans
Felicity Redevelopment Inc
FinLaw
Friends of Lafitte Greenway
Greater New Orleans Housing Alliance
Green Coast Enterprises
Higherpower Yoga and Cycling
Hollygrove-Dixon Neighborhood Assoc
HousingNOLA
Huber, Slack, Thomas & Marcelle, LLP
Jane Place Neighborhood Sustainability
LifeCity
Louisiana Public Health Institute
MACCNO
New Orleans Black Social Workers
New Orleans Boulder Lounge
Parker Barber
Parkway Partners
Pax Coffee
PlayBuild NOLA
Potence Gallery
Propeller
Ride New Orleans
Rouler Cycling
Semi-Tough Cycling Club
Southern United Neighborhoods
Spitfire Coffee
StayLocal
Stumptown Coffee New Orleans
Tulane Canal Neighborhood Dev Corp
Tulane Prevention Resource Center
United Saints Recovery Project
U.N.O. Transportation Institute
Urban Conservancy
WAMF
Water Collaborative
Wisznia Architecture + Development
Women With A Vision

Coalition History

From 2010 – 2015, the Sustainable Transportation Advisory Committee (STAC) worked to provide technical and community input to the City Council of New Orleans for decisions pertaining to transportation. With the help of STAC, the New Orleans City Council passed a Complete Streets ordinance in 2011. STAC continued working on a number of issues, including transit improvements, autonomous vehicle research, car share policy, bike and walk safety planning, and more.

In 2016, members from STAC reconstituted as a new group, the New Orleans Complete Streets Coalition, to support implementation of an updated Complete Streets Policy for New Orleans. Based on national best practices and the unique context and history of New Orleans, these organizations, ranging from advocates for healthcare policy, transportation, to neighborhood associations, sports and youth clubs, focused on the need for data-driven, equity-focused, and an accountable approach for creating safe, accessible, sustainable streets in New Orleans. The Coalition has continued to grow.

The Coalition is still working to secure the update to the New Orleans Complete Street policy. To those ends, the Coalition has conducted extensive grassroots organizing, garnered significant media attention, organized large-scale educational events, worked closely with decision-makers, and proposed specific policy recommendations.

As the update to the Complete Streets policy inches closer to reality, the Coalition is looking to maintain momentum and work hard to support effective implementation of the Complete Streets Program and other initiatives that will help reorganize our roadways to provide safe transportation options for all, to help us live with water, and to create public spaces that promote a high quality-of-life.

Let’s move forward!