Williams also said by implementing the Complete Streets program, it won't necessarily mean changes for all current streets.
"What it will do is it will set up our streets in future development to be usable and biker-friendly, pedestrian-friendly as well as vehicle-friendly," she said.
"Some of the current streets can [be changed]," Williams added. "You have to do what's reasonable and affordable in the community."
The training program, will be held from 8:15 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at CCHD, 133 Margaret St., in the second floor meeting room. Registration is required by next Friday, June 11. There will be another Complete Streets training program in Rouses Point, Wednesday, Sept. 22.
For more information about either session, call 565-4993.