A complete street is a transportation facility that is planned, designed, operated, and maintained to provide safe mobility for all users, including bicyclists, pedestrians, transit vehicles, truckers, motorists, and equestrians, appropriate to the function and context of the facility. Every complete street looks different according to its context, community preferences, types of road users, and their needs.
The Complete Streets Plan strives to fulfill the City’s Burbank2035 General Plan by creating an actionable project for the community. The Plan will identify future goals and policies, catalog existing street infrastructure conditions, identify new infrastructure standards, and develop an implementation plan for future projects. The Plan will identify benchmarks for ways in which the City of Burbank can improve safety, sustainability, health, transportation equity, connectivity, and economic vitality to build better neighborhoods and develop responsibly in the future.
Here are a few ideas of how to be involved:
Complete streets provide a wide array of benefits, including:
This project is funded through a state grant from the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) and the City of Burbank’s Measure R Local Return. Caltrans funds this grant throughCalifornia Senate Bill (SB) 1 – the Road Repair and Accountability Act of 2017. SB 1 was signed into law to provide a reliable source of funds to maintain and integrate the State’s multi-modal transportation system and further State and regional transportation goals.
Yes. In compliance with theAmericans with Disabilities Act (ADA), if any special assistance is needed to participate, please contact the City of Burbank’s ADA Coordinator at (818)238-5424 (voice) or (818) 238-5035 (TDD). Advance notification of at least 48 hours will permit the City to make reasonable accommodations to assure accessibility.
Yes. We are able to provide translation services for our meetings. Please contact the City of Burbank’s Project Manager at (818) 238-5270. Advance notification of at least 48 hours will permit the City to make reasonable accommodations to assure translation services are provided.