Complete Streets Commission

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Members


Member
Email
Phone number
Term expires
Brian Altman
Email
n/a
April 30, 2025
Katie Behroozi
Email n/a April 30, 2024
Jacquie Cebrian Email n/a April 30, 2023
Sally Cole - Vice Chair
Email
n/a
April 30, 2022
John Cromie
Email
925-784-5496
April 30, 2022
Jk Jensen
Email
n/a April 30, 2024
Lizbeth King
Emial
n/a
April 30, 2025
Lydia Lee
Email 415-218-8475 April 30, 2022
Adina Levin - Chair
Email 650-646-4344 April 30, 2022

Roles and responsibilities


The Complete Streets Commission shall advise the City Council on realizing the City's adopted goals for complete streets, vision zero, climate action plan, and provide input on major land use and development projects as it relates to transportation.

  • To advance the goals of the city’s newly adopted climate action plan by making alternatives to driving safer and more attractive, namely by:                              - Reviewing the city’s transportation master plan (TMP) and recommending the projects most likely to reduce vehicle miles traveled (VMT)
    - Providing input on major development projects such as the Menlo Park Community Campus, by looking at them through the lens of transportation accessibility, especially bicycle/pedestrian/public transportation accessibility
  • Advise City Council on the implementation of the TMP.
  • Continue to advocate for and advise the City Council on the planning and installation of the Middle Avenue pedestrian and bicycle rail crossing, and safe cycling/pedestrian infrastructure connecting the Burgess complex to the Middle Avenue corridor to Olive Street, and north on Olive Street to Hillview Middle School.
  • Continue to support City Council in ongoing initiatives to improve access to Downtown and support downtown businesses.
  • Continue to support the implementation of the Safe Routes to School strategy and advocate for community engagement, program continuity and engineering implementation.
  • Continue to support City Council’s role as a stakeholder with regard to regional multi-modal and transportation demand management programs projects to increase