Slow Down, Chula Vista!
Running Late? Better Late than NEVER.
The Engineering and Police Departments are working together on a comprehensive program to reduce speeding by employing Engineering, Enforcement and Education efforts. These efforts include strategically placed posters throughout Chula Vista; informational brochures, in English and Spanish; along with bumper stickers and window clings that our Police Department distributes at community events, DUI checkpoints and special enforcement events. Brochures are also available in the lobby of the Public Services Building.
Speeding is a hard habit to break. But think about it. Speed can kill you or someone you love. Changing everyone's behavior behind the wheel can save lives.
- In a 2005 Resident Opinion Survey, Chula Vista told us that speeding is their #1 concern.
- Unsafe speed was the primary factor in 23% of all collisions in the city between 2003 and 2006.
FHWA Speed Management
California Office of Traffic Safety
Stop on Red
Follow the speed limit and help prevent the pain and suffering traffic collisions cause Chula Vista's victims and families.
For further information, please call Traffic Engineering at (619) 691-5026 or click here to send an email.