Project 31: Neighborhood Traffic Management Program

Project Statement

This program will provide for capital improvements to address speeding motorists, excessive traffic volumes, and related safety on local residential streets through the Neighborhood Traffic Management Program Policy, as may be amended by the Mayor and Commission from time to time.  

Depending upon actual costs and funding availability, improvements may include, but are not limited to: installation of traffic calming devices, speed monitoring devices and/or speed control devices; improved signage, signals, and/or lighting; installation of curb extensions, diverters and/or other measures to provide traffic calming within neighborhoods.  

To the extent allowed by law, budgeted project funds may be used as matching funds for leveraging grant opportunities.  Additionally, to the extent allowed by law, other funding sources, including, but not limited to, grants, may be utilized to offset and/or reduce the project budget.  

Any unspent project funds that accrue as a result of the receipt of grants or other funding sources may be assigned to other approved TSPLOST projects.

Estimated Cost:  
TSPLOST 2023 Budget
Estimated Annual Operating Impact