Hosted by the Alan M. Voorhees Transportation Center with support from the New Jersey Department of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration, and the New Jersey Chapter of the American Planning Association, the 2013 Complete Streets Summit was held on the New Brunswick campus of Rutgers University on October 21, 2013.  A variety of Complete Streets related topics were covered throughout the panels and keynote address, given by Charles Marohn, PE, AICP, author of the blog Strong Towns.  Awards presented included “Complete Streets Champions”, awarded to individuals or organizations spearheading the effort to adopt policies in their communities, and “Complete Streets Excellence”, awarded to 5 municipalities making extraordinary progress in Complete Streets implementation.  Below is a collection of links covering the 2013 Complete Streets Summit.  For NJ AIM’s summary article, with links to presentations and videos, please click here.


Complete Streets: ‘A Rational Response to Irrational Thinking’

Green Team “Completes” Another Win

Cranford ‘Complete Streets’ task force recognized at Rutgers summit meeting

Newark Complete Streets

2013 NJ Complete Streets Excellence Award

Montclair Awarded for Complete Streets Policy

Montclair honored for its complete streets

Montclair honored for its complete streets

Complete Streets Excellence Award Presented to Township at RU Summit

Woodbine Recognized As Complete Streets Community

Woodbine honored for ‘Complete Streets’

Woodbine Honored as Complete Streets Community


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