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Olde Town Traffic Calming Program

Program Overview
In the Fall of 2018, in an effort to reduce speeds and traffic volumes in Olde Town, the City installed permanent traffic calming in Olde Town. The traffic calming design (above) was based on a pilot study that the City conducted earlier in 2018, and revised using data and feedback. 

Following public testimony during the City Council’s Nov. 4, 2019 meeting concerning traffic calming measures and safety, here’s a recap of the questions/concerns, along with more information and answers that can be provided expeditiously.

History
In early 2017, City Council allocated $100,000 for traffic calming measures in Olde Town. Staff gathered feedback from residents and used that information to conduct a traffic calming pilot study from January 2018 through April 2018. 

Construction

Asphalt speed humps were installed in September 2018. In November 2018, the temporary traffic circle at 5th and Andrews was removed and replaced with a permanent traffic circle.


Traffic Count Data

traffic data visualization
Traffic count data is now available. Select a PDF from the list below to view data visualizations and the raw data itself. These documents were last updated in April 2018.



For more information, contact Senior Engineer John Mortenson.