A Complete Streets Committee has been formed to advance State objectives for policy making and to continue work completed by prior groups to advance safe routes, traffic calming, bike route planning, public and school buffer zones, etc. The Committee meets quarterly on an ad-hoc basis. Complete Streets initiatives are important for non-motorists in order to provide sustainable alternatives to motorized transportation, and are important for motorists to acknowledge and be aware of the presence of other modes of transportation in the right of way.
Robert H. Conley, Mayor
Eric Range, Public Safety Council Liaison
Rachel Ehrlich, Engineering Council Liaison
Dennis Harrington, Assistant Borough Engineer
Ken O'Brien, Director of Public Works
Joseph Longo, Captain, Madison Police Department
Kathi Caccavale, Sustainable Madison Advisory Committee Representative
David Duran, Madison Board of Education Representative
John Eschmann, Public School Representative
Lisa Ellis, Director of Business Development
Paul Daley, Resident
Doug Willis, Resident
Borough of Madison Complete Streets Document (Report & Appendix)
Planning is involved in selecting routes where non-motorists need safe access to Central Business District, Schools, Parks and Public offices. Design is incorporating sidewalks, bike lanes, safe crossings and transit amenities to the basic design and bid documents. Operations/Maintenance is retrofitting, replacing or upgrading existing facilities.