The best way to imagine what your community could look like with Complete Streets is to see examples! Below are before and after photos of Complete Streets projects that have been implemented throughout the state.
Complete Streets Projects in New Jersey
Before:A long pedestrian crossing on Nassau Street/Route 27 in Princeton contributed to conflicts between pedestrians and vehicles at the intersection; Photo Credit: Parsons Brinckerhoff
After: Traffic calming measures, a repainted crosswalk, and a pedestrian refuge help to complete Nassau Street/Route 27; Photo Credit: Parsons Brinckerhoff
Before: A lack of pedestrian accommodations make it difficult to cross four-lane Route 30 in Atlantic City; Photo Credit: NJDOT
A pedestrian traffic signal with countdown timers, texture pavement, and a median refuse island made Route 30 much more pedestrian-friendly; Photo Credit: NJDOT
Before: County Road 518 near Hopewell, NJ catered solely to automobiles; Photo Credit: NJDOT
After: The new design of County Road 518 includes a bicycle lane and stormwater management elements; Photo Credit: Parsons Brinckerhoff