Neighborhood Traffic Management Program
Traffic Calming is a concept that involves changing the look and feel of residential streets using attractive design features to narrow travel lanes and regulate traffic at intersections. The features are placed to slow traffic to a speed more in keeping with a residential neighborhood and are not designed to divert traffic.
In our experience, the most effective traffic calming devices for controlling vehicular speed have been speed humps, speed tables and raised pedestrian crosswalks. Due to this proven effectiveness these devices are recommended most often for local residential street projects.
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If you would like more information regarding traffic calming and the NTM program please feel free to contact Frank Consoli, P.E., Traffic Operations Engineering at (407) 246-2703 or John Rogers, Traffic Studies at (407) 246-3295 or send an email to the: Neighborhood Traffic Management Program