Complete Streets is an IDTP project that uses the same principles as SUMPs to promote non-motorized transport and mobility. It takes into account users with a broad range of mobility needs, depending on their age, income, gender, bodily and mental abilities and chosen mode of transportation.
The Best Practices brochure briefly demonstrates how the Indian cities of Chennai, Pune, and Ranchi selected and implemented specific measures according to their individual situations to encourage better shared street space. This was executed by analysing their respective mobility challenges and users’ unmet mobility needs. The different measures demonstrated include:
The rest of the toolkit consists of 7 parts, following a procedural sequence from policy change to implementation techniques. All of them revolve around best practice examples that illustrate measure selection when creating Complete Streets in Indian cities