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Transportation for Michigan wants to hear how your streets are being made complete! This summer the State Transportation Commission is creating a Complete Streets policy as required by Michigan’s PA 135. Share your story, good or bad, about how Complete Streets (or lack thereof) has impacted you personally, your community’s efforts to develop and implement Complete Street policy and projects, or how transportation planning for Complete Streets projects has worked in your community. Your stories will illustrate the importance of Complete Streets and implementing policies that create roads for all modes.

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