Traffic Calming Program

The City of Peoria has approximately 975 lane miles of roads and the most frequent complaint from residents and neighborhood associations is speeding. Traffic calming can support the goal of making our streets safer for all roadway users. The Traffic Calming Program Manual replaces the Neighborhood Traffic Calming Policy. The manual describes the principles of traffic calming, the City’s process, and a description of traffic calming measures available in the City. This manual will also provide our community members with a process for requesting solutions for traffic-related concerns in their streets and allow staff to set priorities for City resources.

Traffic Issue Identification Form

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