A traffic mitigation study has been completed that evaluates existing conditions and proposes various traffic calming solutions. (linked here) Public workshops and a survey were previously conducted to gather public input.
A draft Traffic Mitigation Plan was developed resulting from the study findings and public input.
A Zoom Webinar presenting the plan was held on September 30, 2020. Below are links to the recorded webinar and slideshow presentation.
NEIGHBORHOOD TRAFFIC MITIGATION STUDY
In an effort to address traffic safety and neighborhood preservation concerns, Maple- Ash, Wilson Art and Garden, and Mitchell Park Neighborhood Associations joined together to write a Traffic Mitigation Study Grant Proposal. Although we have separate Neighborhood Associations, our three neighborhoods are intertwined, flowing into one another, and what happens in one impacts all three. Therefore, it benefits us to work on this as a combined group to help preserve our three neighborhoods and make our streets safer.
We were awarded a $45,000 Maryanne Corder Grant from the City to have the Traffic Mitigation Study completed by Spring 2020. The Study will include the area from University Drive south to 13th Street, and from Mill Avenue west to Hardy Drive.
There will be multiple opportunities for residents to provide input via this dedicated webpage and public meetings during the next five months. If there are specific intersections, streets, or other traffic concerns you are aware of we strongly encourage you to share them so that they can be addressed in the study.
Thank you in advance for your participation!