The 2015 New Jersey Complete Streets Summit brought together over 250 planners, engineers, advocates, and policy-makers from throughout the state to advance strategies for providing a safe, multi-modal transportation system that’s accessible for all users. In addition to NJ Department of Transportation’s nationally-recognized Complete Streets policy, local policies have increased to 121 municipal and 7 county policies. The conference served several purposes. It benchmarked and celebrated efforts by governments at all levels to improve the safety and attractiveness of our public roads. It provided a wealth of information about design principles and financing mechanisms to help communities move from adopting Complete Streets policies to implementing Complete Streets projects. Finally, the Summit highlighted the many economic, public health, and mobility benefits of Complete Streets.