Complete Streets Policies

Framingham
On January 6, 2015, the Town of Framingham passed a Complete Streets Policy after a vote by the Board of Selectmen. Planning Board, Health Department, Community & Economic Development, and DPW Staff worked together to develop the Policy. With the adoption of this Policy, the Town will be eligible for additional state Complete Streets-related funding. To read the policy visit: http://bit.ly/1BK0QnI.

Marlborough
In October 2015, the Marlborough City Council approved its Complete Streets Policy. The purpose of this four-page Policy is to make Marlborough’s roads more accessible to pedestrians, runners and walkers. City departments and developers are directed to consistently plan, design, construct and maintain streets to accommodate all anticipated users. The plan also instructs the city’s Public Works Department and other boards to review projects for complete street elements. Read the policy here. More information from the MetroWest Daily News is available here.

Hudson
On January 25, 2016, the Town of Hudson passed a Complete Streets Policy after votes by the Board of Health, Planning Board, and Board of Selectmen. Read the policy here. More information from the MetroWest Daily News is available here.