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Information for Shoreline

March 2020 Update

Traffic safety will now be analyzed citywide through the Annual Traffic Report process. There will no longer be a traffic calming program exclusive to local streets. This shift will allow traffic safety to be evaluated more holistically and equitably, with the primary goal of increasing measurable benefits for all roadway users.

Residents are welcome to submit traffic safety concerns via the contacts or online service request form shown to the right. In addition, residents are encouraged to utilize driver safety and education tools - read more about these at: http://www.shorelinewa.gov/government/departments/public-works/traffic-services/driver-education-awareness.

Existing Neighborhood Traffic Safety Program projects in process will continue as planned.

Program history and context for the decision to restructure Traffic Safety Improvement program is provided in the February 24th, 2020 staff report to Council, available at:
http://cosweb.ci.shoreline.wa.us/uploads/attachments/cck/council/Packets/2020/Packet022420.pdf 

Video of the discussion with Council on February 24th, 2020 can be viewed online at: 
http://shoreline.granicus.com/MediaPlayer.php?view_id=&clip_id=1032&meta_id=101886