Designed and operated to prioritize safety, comfort, and access
to destinations for all people who use the street, especially those
whose needs have not been met through a traditional
transportation approach, including older adults, people living
with disabilities, people who cannot afford or do not have
access to a car.
Complete Streets make it easy to cross the street, walk to shops,
jobs, and schools, bicycle to work, and move actively with
assistive devices. They allow buses to run on time and make it
safe for people to walk or move actively to and from train stations.
Complete Streets improve equity, safety, and public health, while
reducing transportation costs and traffic woes. Complete Streets
benefit all users!
The CSAB Board
|Alanna Keller, Deputy Commissioner of Highways, designee for the
Commissioner of Highways Mr. Jimmy Wriston
|Gary Facemyer, Licensed engineer with expertise in
transportation or civil engineering
|Gaylene Miller, representing a national association of
|Daniel Hall, representing an automobile and/or trucking
|Perry Keller, designee for the WVDOT Secretary, Mr.
|Mayor Glenn Elliott, Wheeling, representing state
association of municipalities
|Stephen Fowler, representing an organization interested
in the promotion of bicycling
|Christiaan Abildso, representing Congressional Dist. 1
|James Vance, designee for WVDHHR Interim Secretary Jeffrey H. Coben M.D.
|Kelli Sobonya, representing a state association of counties
|Dennis Strawn, representing an organization interested
in the promotion of walking and health
|Chris Chiles, representing Congressional Dist. 2
|Breanna Shell, representing the American Planning
|Doug Pixler, representing a major regional or local public
|Jerry Boyko, representing an organization representing
persons with disabilities