Project 31: Neighborhood Traffic Management Program

Initial Project Statement

Funding for the Neighborhood Traffic Management program will provide for improvements to address speeding motorists, excessive traffic volumes, and related safety issues on local residential streets. Improvements may include installation of traffic calming devices and/or speed controls and roadway modifications such as speed humps, radar speed signs, curb extensions, and/or diverts in such locations as identified through the Neighborhood Traffic Management Program Policy.

Project Updates

Radar speed limit signage on Ashton Drive has been installed and completed. Two speed humps on Ruthwood Drive were installed and completed.  Currently in the process of attempting to procure a contractor to install the speed humps on Boulevard.  

Completion of this Project has progressed as fast as neighborhoods have applied for the program.  Remaining funds are due to a lack of eligible neighborhoods applying for the improvements.

SPLOST 2011 Project Monthly Update

Neighborhoods Work was performed on include:

Project Name
Year CompletedLocation/Closest AddressDescription of Work
Normal Avenue / Pine Needle NTMP2015Intersection of Pineneedle Rd and Normal AveImproved traffic markings and raised concrete island
Brooklyn Road NTMP2017#96 , #106, and #118 Brooklyn DriveSpeed Hump installations
Plantation Road NTMP2017#106, #150, and #190 Plantation DriveSpeed Hump installations
Ashton Drive NTMP2018#386 and #245 Ashton DriveRadar Speed Sign installations


Key Project Statistics

  • Designer: ACC Transportation and Public Works
  • Contractor: ACC Transportation and Public Works
  • Program Manager: Jacobs Engineering
  • Sponsor: Central Services Department
  • Original SPLOST Budget: $485,000
  • Total Cost: TBD
  • Completion Date: Ongoing

*as of 4/13/2022