The Complete Streets Design Manual will guide the decision-making process for street design as London continues to grow and evolve. London’s streets will be designed and upgraded to be more “complete.” This means that streets in London will meet the needs of a wide range of users, as defined by the place type. Streets will feature high-quality pedestrian environments and integrate seamlessly with transit services, cycling networks, and automobile users. London’s streets will be designed for connectivity and support the use of active and sustainable modes of transportation, and also strongly consider the needs of utility and maintenance providers within the right-of-way. With this balance of modes, users, and places in mind, future construction, reconstruction, and rehabilitation projects for streets in London, both large and small, will be influenced by principles of “completeness” in both planning and design.