Complete streets support transit access and operations, provide safe walking and bicycling facilities, and support the safe and efficient operation of transit, including high-quality bus stops and passenger facilities, transit priority treatment, and other design elements that prioritize moving people over moving only cars. Complete streets also support operators of freight and delivery vehicles.
Most transit passengers are pedestrians first, while others access transit by bike and others park a car or are dropped off at a transit stop or station. Complete streets provide safe and easy access for all types. While incomplete streets can be a hindrance to transit riders, well-designed streets encourage riders to use transit by making public transit an attractive option.