BEST PRACTICES TRAFFIC SAFETY INITIATIVE

Introduction

Scottsdale, Arizona
Traffic Cameras: The Eyes That Donít Blink

Fremont, California
Getting the Community Behind School Traffic Safety, Seat Belt Compliance and Red Light Photo Enforcement

Long Beach, California
Doing More with Less: Reinventing Traffic Engineering Services in a Mature City

Aurora, Colorado
Tackling Aggressive Drivers

Colorado Springs, Colorado
Updating School Traffic Safety: Proactive Planning and Creative Funding

Ft. Collins, Colorado
Using the Three "E"s to Stop Speeding in Neighborhoods

Stamford, Connecticut
Reducing Neighborhood Speeding and Cut-Through Traffic with the Three "E"s

Tamarac, Florida
Promoting Traffic Safety by Encouraging Increased Transit Ridership

West Palm Beach, Florida
Meeting Community Objectives through Street Design and Adopting a Transportation Language Policy

Chicago, Illinois
Balancing the Pragmatic with the Aesthetic

Normal, Illinois
Emphasizing Traffic Safety with a D.U.I. Focus and Promotion of Seat Belts

Elkhart, Indiana
KIDSAFE Ties School Traffic Safety to Neighborhood Safety Plans  

Cambridge, Massachusetts
Traffic Calming for Berkshire and York Streets: Returning the Neighborhood to the Residents

Eden Prairie, Minnesota
Communications Team Updates Community on Traffic Congestion Sites

Minneapolis, Minnesota
Giving Neighborhoods Responsibility and Funds for Traffic Safety and Other Improvements

Edison, New Jersey
Promoting Bicycle Helmet Use and Pedestrian Safety through Awareness and Friendly Enforcement

Elizabeth, New Jersey
City and State Join Forces for "Walk Smart - Drive Smart Elizabeth"

New Rochelle, New York
Positive Enforcement Increases Seat Belt and Child Restraint Use

Toledo, Ohio
A Multi-Faceted Approach to Traffic Crash Reduction Gets Results

Seattle, Washington
Traffic Circles and Chicanes: an Effective, Popular Response to Neighborhood Traffic Concerns

Appendix:
Salt Lake City, Utah
Special Report on Traffic Calming Program

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