Transportation planners and engineers are increasingly designing travel networks to accommodate all types of users. This is also known as the “Complete Streets” approach.

Walkability—Walkable communities make pedestrian activity possible, thus expanding transportation options and creating a streetscape that better serves a range of users— pedestrians, bicyclists, transit riders, and automobiles.

Safety—Safe mobility for all depends on sharing the road, and sharing the road gets simpler only when transportation system design gets smarter.  

Public Transportation—Public transportation is a crucial source of mobility for those who do not drive.