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Center for Solutions Through Research in Diet & Exercise

Built Environment & Access to Health

Green-Complete Streets: Measuring outcomes beyond water quality transportation

California State now mandates implementation of both complete streets and green storm water infrastructure. Together these two requirements have led to a new focus on what is being called Green Complete Streets (GCS). This study is assessing outcomes of green-complete streets in addition to traditional measures of transportation mode shift, travel safety, water quality, water volume and flood control.

Principal Investigator: Adrienne Greve; agreve@calpoly.edu

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