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Neighborhood Traffic Calming Program

What is the NTCP?

The Town's Neighborhood Traffic Calming Program (NTCP) implements engineering, education, and enforcement to slow speeding traffic on residential streets. The NTCP is administered by the Public Works & Utilities Department in conjunction with the Transportation & Safety Committee (TSC).

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Status of Current Requests

Castle Peak Avenue

In 2018, temporary speed humps were installed between Rock Creek Circle and Mt. Sopris Way. The northern location received a permanent speed hump in July 2019 and the southern location was adjusted and re-installed in summer 2019. Speed and count data are being collected.

Rock Creek Circle

A neighborhood meeting took place on June 24, 2019 to discuss traffic calming on Rock Creek Circle and a potential mid-block crossing on Coalton Road between The Summit and Community Park. View the presentation materials.

Several options for traffic calming measures have been developed for Rock Creek Circle. Comments from residents will be solicited through a neighborhood survey in late summer with TSC action in October, 2019.

Pitkin Avenue, north of Rock Creek Parkway

One temporary speed hump has been installed between Roggen Way and Riverbend Street. Speed data is being collected in preparation for a neighborhood meeting in September to discuss traffic calming options.

Yarrow Circle

Speed and count data are being collected on W. Yarrow Circle between Rock Creek Circle and Hyacinth Way. A neighborhood meeting will be held in fall 2019 to discuss traffic calming options.

Riverbend Street

Speed and count data are being collected on Riverbend Street between Indiana Street and Seibert Court. A neighborhood meeting will be held in the fall of 2019.

S. 76th Street & Sycamore Street

A neighborhood meeting was held on on April 4th, 2019. View the notes from the neighborhood meeting. This intersection was discussed at the TSC meeting on June 3, 2019. View the notes. View the meeting materials. An improvement concept has been developed and comments will be solicited through a neighborhood survey in late summer 2019, with TSC action in October, 2019.

How to Apply

Town staff accepts NTCP applications year-round and evaluates them on an annual basis. Familiarize yourself with the NTCP guidelines and review process by viewing the NTCP checklist and submit an application to staff for review. 

NTCP Checklist

NTCP Application

Contact

Alex Ariniello
Public Works & Utilities Director
303-499-3675 ext. 111
alexa@superiorcolorado.gov