As Chula Vista continues to grow, so does the number of cars, bicycles and pedestrians traveling on City streets. The Neighborhood Traffic and Pedestrian Safety Program is designed to call attention to the safety and quality of life of the pedestrians, bicyclists, and motoring public within Chula Vista. There are four main goals to the program:
- Implement neighborhood traffic calming
- Reduce intersection collisions
- Improve pedestrian safety and vehicular circulation adjacent to schools
- Reduce accidents involving pedestrians and bicyclists
Divided into three sections, the Neighborhood Traffic and Pedestrian Safety Program aims to achieve these goals through a collaborative effort with Chula Vista residents, neighborhood groups, and City staff. These three sections address the following issues:
Major Intersection Safety
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Neighborhood Traffic Calming
The neighborhood traffic-calming program provides residents an opportunity to presenta concern for traffic safety with respect to observed volume and speeds on neighborhood streets to study and evaluate measures to mitigate these concerns
This program incorporates the three "E's" of traffic: Education, Enforcement, and Engineering.
Pedestrian and Bicycle Safety
Through innovative engineering design, strategic police enforcement, and extensive public outreach and education, the goals for the program can be met. If you have a safety concern regarding pedestrian, bicycle, or motorist activity, the City of Chula Vista wants to hear it.
Please call the City Traffic Engineering Section at (619) 691-5026, or send an e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org