In 2012, 130 communities in the U.S. passed Complete Streets policies, bringing the total number of such policies in the country to 488. The National Complete Streets Coalition has named the communities with the top policies of 2012 "based on their performance in a number of 'ideal elements,' including a clear vision; access for pedestrians, bicyclists, transit passengers, trucks, buses and automobiles; street connectivity; design, and measurable performance standards." Indianapolis topped the list.

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