Date & Location
September 27, 2017
East Hartford, CT    


All sessions are 8:30 am - 3:30 pm 

(Registration begins at 8:00 am)
Lunch Will Be Provided
Learning Objectives

At the end of this session, participants will be able to:

  • Discuss the current state of practice regarding Complete Streets;
  • Describe the framework for implementation of Complete Streets into a municipal structure;
  • List a variety of Complete Streets design tools;
  • Discuss benefits and implications of integrating Complete Streets into your transportation network.

This class includes a field exercise that will allow you to put into practice what is learned during the classroom portion of the workshop. 


Please bring a safety vest and wear comfortable shoes. 

Complete Streets
A CT Legal Traffic Authority Elective Workshop or 
A CT Road Scholar Program Elective Workshop
Integrating Complete Streets policies and concepts helps communities create safe and inviting transportation networks for everyone, including bicyclists, drivers, transit operators and users and pedestrians of all ages and abilities.  This class will focus on how municipalities across Connecticut and the country are balancing the needs of all users and implementing effective policies and procedures to routinely create Complete Streets in their communities.
Who Should Attend
This workshop is designed for those who are interested in Complete Streets and integrating Complete Streets concepts into their community. 
Directors of Public Works, Town Engineers, Legal Traffic Authorities and Chief Elected Officials are encouraged to attend. 
Course Instructors
Ted DeSantos is a Principal at Fuss & O'Neill and has over 20 years of experience in transportation engineering, complete streets design and urban site development.  Ted is the Board Chair for CT Main Street Center, a non-profit, statewide agency promoting smart growth and revitalization of our downtowns. Ted is also Past President of the Connecticut Chapter of the Institute of Transportation Engineers and is a current member of the Congress for New Urbanism.

Michael Morehouse, P.E., is a Senior Project Manager for Fitzgerald & Halliday, Inc., with over 20 years of experience in multi-modal transportation planning. Mike has an extensive background in traffic engineering analysis and concept design and offers a comprehensive perspective of transportation planning and engineering as they relate to livable communities and human safety.  This perspective values the relationship between vehicular mobility, safety and placemaking.
  • Registration contact: Please direct any questions to Shelly Desjardin @ (860) 486-9373
  • Cost (includes lunch and course materials)
    • $75- State and Municipal participants
    • $150- Private-sector participants
  • Please advise if you require special services or have dietary restrictions.
  • Photographs may be taken for promotional and training purposes. Please notify us during registration if you do not wish to be photographed.
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