The workshop on Complete streets was conducted by 'Institute for Transportation and Development Policy (ITDP), India' for fourth year B. Arch students, subject of Town Planning, under the Institute Philosophy - " Learning by Doing ". It is a step towards the betterment of Indian Urban streets by designing them to encourage non-motorized and public transport by meticulously analyzing the patterns of street usage by people in response to factors like availability of footpaths, shading on streets, lighting provisions, vehicle speed, amenities, safety, user friendliness and many more. The activity was guided by architects and urban planners, Ar. Rohit Gadia, Ar. Harshad Abhyankar, Ar. Advait Jani and Ar. Pranjali Deshpande-Agashe along with the faculty, Prof. Sanjeev Patil, Prof. Kiran Kadam and Prof. Gaurav Arbuj. Students surveyed the identified main streets within the Nashik city and mapped the observations. After analyzing the same, street design proposals were generated under five parameters of walkability, parking, footpaths, crowd streets mapping and building use. ITDP being an advisory body for the local authorities, the proposals thus generated are aimed to be presented to the Municipal Corporation, Nashik in the form of street design guidelines for further development and execution.