The Complete Streets concept acknowledges the rights of pedestrians, bicyclists, mass transit and other road users.
On August 11, 2015 the City Commission expressed their commitment to Complete Streets Policies and its Practices by adopting Resolution No. 2015-0071 which helps to encourage the design, planning and construction of safer, healthier streets to ultimately increase physical activity and improve the health of neighborhoods within the City of Wilton Manors. The City Commission has shown their desire to plan, design and create livable, safe and connected streets with an efficient, multimodal transportation network that promotes the health and mobility of all citizens and visitors of all ages and abilities while reducing the negative impacts transportation can have on the environment. In addition, the City Commission is committed to balance all transportation modes for all users, including cyclists, pedestrians, transit users and the disabled, in its public rights-of-way by implementing the Complete Streets Strategy. This commitment applies to roadway projects located on the following corridors: