The New Jersey Complete Streets Summit is a free, biennial event sponsored by the New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT), with a series of exemplary speakers and sessions on Complete Streets policies, planning, implementation, funding, and more. The Summit is for anyone interested in making their community safer and more active, vibrant, and accommodating for road users of all ages and abilities.

Complete and Green Streets are designed and operated to enable safe, comfortable, and equitable access for all road users. They are an important part of a transportation network that serves not only motorists but also transit riders, pedestrians, and cyclists and improve safety and access for not only able-bodied adults but also for children, the elderly, and persons with disabilities.

Every two years, the Summit brings together hundreds of planners, engineers, advocates, and policy-makers from around the state to learn about implementing Complete Streets policies and projects.

The Summit was held in person on Wednesday, November 1, 2023, at the College Avenue Student Center at Rutgers University, New Brunswick. The theme was “Complete Streets for Complete Communities,” which explored the importance of Complete Streets in creating happy, healthy, and vibrant places for people of all ages and abilities.

Read full report: 2023 NJ Complete Streets Summit – Post Summit Report

New Jersey Bicycle and Pedestrian Resource Center. (2024). 2023 NJ Complete Streets Summit – Post Summit Report. Retrieved from