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Member Organizations in the New Orleans Complete Streets Coalition

The New Orleans Complete Streets Coalition is a group of organizations, businesses, civic leaders, and community members who support improving our roadways and safe transportation options in order to enhance health, equity, sustainability, prosperity, and quality-of-life for the people of New Orleans. 

Member Expectations

  • 3-5 hours per month
  • Publicly express support for the Coalition’s stated goals by being listed as a member (on website, brochures, etc)
  • Provide input and guidance at regular Coalition meetings
  • Help develop specific policy proposals through research and discussions with partners
  • Conduct community engagement and outreach, in the ways that make the most sense for your organization, such as:
    • Share updates and action alerts with your supporters via email blasts, social media, and website
    • Host an informational presentation or meeting
    • Provide staff and/or volunteers for various outreach events
    • Be a media spokesperson
    • Participate in public meetings and meetings with city officials to advocate for improved biking, walking, transit, and accessibility
    • Recruit coalition members and organization and/or business supporters

Supporter Expectations

  • Listed publicly as a supporter of the New Orleans Complete Streets Coalition
  • Vocalize support when needed online and in local communities
  • Receive email updates related to Complete Streets and related transportation issues from the Coalition
  • Commitment to a healthy, prosperous, and sustainable New Orleans community

There are 2 ways for your organization, business, or congregation to officially support the campaign for better walking, biking, transit infrastructure in New Orleans: Become a Member organization .. or .. Sign on as a Supporter organization

We, the undersigned organizations, businesses, community groups and associations, strongly support streets built to share that provide safe and convenient transportation options for everyone - whether driving, walking, biking, taking transit, or otherwise. Streets built for people can also easily incorporate stormwater management features that enable our region to better live with water. Improving biking, walking, and transit infrastructure benefits everyone - even people who primarily drive - by increasing roadway safety for everyone, reducing traffic congestion and parking demand by providing alternative transportation options, promoting economic engagement with local businesses, fostering equitable access to opportunity and jobs, enhancing public health, and contributing to overall quality-of-life for everyone. Please select whether your organization will be a MEMBER or SUPPORTER by clicking below: