As a local activist in New Haven, Connecticut, Douglas Hausladen helped push for the city's complete streets policy, formally adopted in 2010. But as director of the Department of Transportation, Traffic and Parking, the position to which he was appointed last year, he's had a frustrating time fulfilling that mandate. The small agency only has money and personnel to finish about one full-fledged complete streets project a year, he says, even as dozens sit in the queue...

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