"No one should have to risk their life just to cross the street.

If you've ever walked along a street with no sidewalk or crossed a road with no crosswalk, you know how dangerous incomplete streets can be.

Improving these streets is often easy and affordable—all it takes is the right approach.

A Complete Streets approach encourages traffic planners and engineers to make roads safer and more convenient for everyone who uses them. 

Over 600 towns, states and regions already have a Complete Streets policy in place, and now a new bill in Congress could bring this approach to communities across the country."

Safer streets work better for everyone: Ask Congress to pass the Safe Streets Act today.

H.R.2468 - Safe Streets Act of 2013

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