Delridge Area Neighborhood Street Calming

Neighborhood Street Calming for Delridge Area
Tuesday, November 10, Youngstown Cultural Arts Center, 6:30 – 7:30 pm
4408 Delridge Way SW
Neighborhood Traffic Operations (NTO), a workgroup within Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) is holding neighborhood traffic safety meetings in the community. These meetings are geared toward residents who are interested in working with NTO concerning speeding on
their residential street. This meeting is specifically for the Delridge area (other meetings are scheduled for other Seattle neighborhoods). The meetings will include a power point presentation, with a brief overview of different traffic calming options, what steps a neighborhood must take to be considered for traffic calming, criteria staff use to prioritize projects, and possible funding sources. Residents will also be trained in the proper use of radar speed guns. If residents want to enroll their street in the traffic calming program, a representative from their street must attend one of these meetings.
Youngstown Cultural Arts Center
Neighborhood Traffic Operations (NTO), a workgroup within Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) is holding neighborhood traffic safety meetings in the community. These meetings are geared toward residents who are interested in working with NTO concerning speeding on their residential street. This meeting is specifically for the Delridge area (other meetings are scheduled for other Seattle neighborhoods). The meetings will include a PowerPoint™ presentation, with a brief overview of different traffic calming options, what steps a neighborhood must take to be considered for traffic calming, criteria staff use to prioritize projects, and possible funding sources. Residents will also be trained in the proper use of radar speed guns. If residents want to enroll their street in the traffic calming program, a representative from their street must attend one of these meetings.
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