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    New report: Public Health Engagement in Complete Streets Initiatives: Examples and Lessons Learned – shares strategies, lessons learned, and case studies of how public health agencies, practitioners, and advocates have successfully engaged with their planning, transportation, and public works’ counterparts on Complete Streets policy making and related initiatives.

    Report highlights:

    • Summaries of how the public health sector has engaged on Complete Streets initiatives and other agencies that they have worked with on this issue
    • Key lessons learned through their experiences
    • How they have prioritized equity
    • A timeline of their Complete Streets-related policy making, initiatives, coalitions, etc.
      Links to their policies, guidelines, plans, etc.

    Questions for forum visitors:

    • How are public health agencies, advocates, and practitioners engaging in Complete Streets initiatives in your local communities?
    • How can or how does the public health sector support local Complete Streets initiatives ? We’d love to hear perspective/examples from public health practitioners (how are you supporting CS) and from those on the planning side (how can public health could best support these initiatives or what has been helpful). The report provides examples from 15 U.S. jurisdictions but how is this work playing out in Illinois?

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