Please join us April 14, 2020 on the City Facebook page to hear about our progress and how the proposed program will identify and prioritize safety solutions!
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Thank you to all who participated in the MMTSP Survey, which ended February 9, 2020! Community feedback is valuable to redesigning our process!
The General Services Department (GSD) regularly receives requests for new signs, striping, crosswalks, speed humps, traffic calming and traffic enforcement. The majority of these requests are in response to resident concerns of vehicle speeds and right-of-way violations on residential roadways. The Multi Modal Transportation Safety Program (MMTSP) will develop guidelines and procedures to initiate and evaluate requests. In addition, development of the MMTSP will:
The final product will include a summary document of the Program with strategies, the prioritization methodology, and an outline of the process for residents to initiate requests.
The City of Citrus Heights is working to make roads in our community safer for everyone who uses them, with the goal of making sure our neighborhoods are safe places to walk, drive, bike and roll. The MMTSP will update and improve the way the city addresses traffic and safety concerns raised by residents. This program will:
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Page last updated February 12, 2020