According to the Billings Gazette, about 100 people rallied last Sunday, August 22, at MSUB in favor of a "complete streets" resolution that could improve bicycle and pedestrian trails.  The new policy would  guide the design and development of new streets, upgrade existing streets, and encourage the addition of enhancements that would create a "multi-model transportation system."  This is expected to be voted and approved on Monday, August 23.

In case you missed the last Breakfast Flakes rant, the Flakes aren't as excited about money being spent on improving the trails.  Listen below to hear their thoughts on why we don't need a "complete streets" policy.

In contrast, you can read an article on why the policy is a good idea.  What do you think about the new "complete streets" policy?