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Neighborhood Traffic Operations Home
Frequently Asked Questions
Traffic Circle Program
Typical Traffic Circle Design
Traffic Calming Program
Neighborhood Speed Monitoring
Community Oriented Traffic Calming
Physical Traffic Calming Devices
Arterial Traffic Calming Program
Other Funding Sources

Neighborhood Traffic Control Program
Resources and Related Sites

If you have any questions about the Neighborhood Traffic Calming Program, or are interested in applying for a traffic circle, please contact 684-0817.

City Arborist Office

Department of Neighborhoods

Citizen Volunteer Website

Sample Traffic Circle Rehabilitation

Sources of Neighborhood Environmental Improvement Grants

Grant Central Station

Seattle Public Utilities contact info for public area clean-up resources

Traffic Calming in Other Cities

Note: each city has unique characteristics and policies that direct the kind and conditions under which traffic calming measures are implemented.

Austin, Texas

Portland, Oregon

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