Complete Streets

Carver Complete Streets

Welcome to the Carver Complete Streets project website!


Want to help make Carver Streets safer? Want more places to walk or bike? Join us at our virtual project selection and prioritization workshop May 19, 2021! Please register here.

Welcome to the Carver Complete Streets Home Page

The Town of Carver is participating in the MassDOT Complete Streets Funding Program to make Complete Streets a part of daily practice. Complete Streets are roadways that safely and comfortably accommodate all users, regardless of age and ability or mode of transportation. Through the 2019 DLTA program, SRPEDD is assisting the town with the development and adoption of a Complete Streets Policy that directs all town departments to consider Complete Streets design elements in all projects and phases going forward..

With technical assistance funding from the MassDOT Complete Streets Funding Program, SRPEDD plans to help the town develop a Complete Streets Prioritization Plan (list of projects) that will ultimately be used to apply for funding from MassDOT to begin the construction of projects on the plan. Additional information about the MassDOT Complete Streets Funding Program and all project presentations, information, and resources can be found in the document library of this webpage.




Latest News

Virtual Public Workshop #2 - May 19th

Join us for the Carver Complete Streets Virtual Public Workshop #2 on May19th. Register here.

Virtual Public Workshop #1 - March 18th

Missed our Public Workshop #1 on March 18th? Check out the meeting recording video on the left.

Complete Streets Policy approved by MassDOT!

MassDOT approved the town's Complete Streets Policy with a score of 98 out of 100 on December 27, 2019! The town has officially cleared Tier 1 of the MassDOT Complete Streets Funding Program!

Draft Complete Streets Policy provided to Board of Selectmen

The Board of Selectmen approved the town's Draft Complete Streets Policy on November 5, 2019.

Interactive Project Prioritization Map

Vote below for your favorite projects or click here to open the survey in a new window.

What are Complete Streets?

What are Complete Streets?

Complete Streets are roadways that safely and comfortably accommodate all users, regardless of age and ability or mode of transportation. Users include, but are not limited to: motorists, bicyclists, pedestrians, motorists, emergency responders, transit and school bus riders, delivery and service personnel, and freight haulers. Complete Streets components can include roadway design features such as ADA compliant sidewalks and crossings, curb extensions, bicycle lanes, shared use pavement markings, bus shelters and pull-outs, wayfinding signage, landscaping, street lighting, and many other items.

For more information, please review our project pages and/or contact Jackie Jones at our listening line 774-260-5744 or project email

Participate and Stay Involved

Public Comment Card

Use the Public Comment Form to share your opinion regarding aspects of the Complete Streets process. You may choose to include your name and email or remain anonymous.

Points of Interest Mapping

Share what's important to you! Do you know of an area in need of a sidewalk or a road that needs a crosswalk? This is the time to tell us!

MassDOT Complete Streets Funding Program

The MassDOT Complete Streets Funding Program was launched in February 2016 to provide technical assistance and construction funding to communities that demonstrate a commitment to include Complete Streets in policy and practice. In short, a community may be eligible for up to $400,000 in construction funding to implement Complete Streets elements in municipal projects and up to $35,000 in technical assistance funding in order to develop a plan to do so. The program is divided into three (3) “tiers” and a municipality must satisfy the requirements of the previous tier in order to advance through the program.


Tier 1 - Training & Policy Adoption

  • Attendance at either an "Introductory" or "Advanced" Complete Streets Training (must be a municipal official/employee)
  • Development and local adoption of a Complete Streets policy. Followed by submission to MassDOT for approval.

Tier 2 - Prioritization Plan Development

  • Determination of Complete Streets needs and development of a prioritized list of infrastructure projects. Technical assistance available (up to $35,000 to develop the plan).

Tier 3 - Project Construction Funding

  • Application for construction funding to implement the Complete Streets infrastructure projects on the Prioritization Plan.