On March 7, 2016 Middletown's Common Council adopted a Complete Streets policy. Read the text of the ordinance below (bolded text by BWCT), or view online via the Council minutes (page 34).
Learn more about Middletown's Complete Street's Committee and view their existing Complete Streets Master Plan.
Complete Streets 262-61
BE IT ORDAINED BY THE COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF MIDDLETOWN: That a new Article III (Complete Streets) be added in its entirety as set forth below to Chapter 262 (Streets, Sidewalks and Parking Areas) of the Middletown Code of Ordinances, and that all resolutions inconsistent herewith, including Resolution 75-12, are hereby repealed:
ARTICLE III (Complete Streets)
§ 262-61 Complete Streets.
A. This Article and Section shall be entitled the Complete Streets Ordinance.
B. As used in this Article and Section, the following terms shall have the meanings indicated:
C. This Article and Section shall require the implementation of Complete Streets in appropriate locations within the City of Middletown by the Public Works Department, Public Works and Facilities Commission in collaboration with the Police Chief/Traffic Authority and other transportation agencies as necessary for review, as follows:
On June 22, 2015, the CRCOG Transportation Committee, also acting as the CRCOG Policy Board voted to adopt the attached 2015 CRCOG Pedestrian and Bicycle Plan Addendum and Multi-Use Path Map.
Also attached is a list of a final few committee comments that came in. The Transportation Committee voted to authorize CRCOG to include these final changes into the final copy of the addendum. CRCOG will work over the next few weeks to finalize the document and post it on the CRCOG website.
The following were provided by municipal officials in response to our 2014 complete streets survey:
Complete Streets Resources