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A. “Complete streets infrastructure” means design features that contribute to a safe, convenient, or comfortable travel experience for users at appropriate locations, including but not limited to features such as: sidewalks; shared use paths; bicycle lanes; automobile lanes; paved shoulders; street trees and landscaping; planting strips; curbs; accessible curb ramps; bulb outs; controlled crosswalks; refuge islands; pedestrian and traffic signals, including countdown and accessible signals; signage; street furniture; bicycle parking facilities; public transit stops and facilities; transit priority signalization; traffic calming devices such as rotary circles, traffic cushions, and surface treatments such as textured asphalt and concrete; narrow vehicle lanes; raised medians; and dedicated transit lanes.

B. As feasible, Auburn shall incorporate complete streets infrastructure into existing public and private streets to create a comprehensive, integrated, connected transportation network for Auburn that balances access, mobility, health and safety needs of pedestrians, bicyclists, transit users, motorists, emergency responders, freight and users of all ages and abilities, ensuring a fully connected, integrated network that provides transportation options. (Ord. 6616 § 1, 2016.)