Ney Avenue Traffic Calming

At the November 18, 2021 BPAC meeting, Lucas Woodward will present an update on the Ney Avenue Neighborhood Traffic Calming Plan, a recently completed neighborhood-scale effort that is currently in implementation.

Excerpts from presentation:

Existing conditions

  • Cut-through traffic present on Ney between 73rd and and 76th
  • Traffic speeds generally moderate, highest on Ritchie
  • Most speed humps are old and in need of repair
  • Physical constraints on streets

Recommendations

  • Speed humps: 11 rebuild, 12 new
  • 1-2 traffic circles
  • Diagonal diverter
  • 1-2 midblock horizontal treatments
  • 1-2 bulb-outs
  • Total Cost: ~$600,000

Implementation

  • Added to “Slow Streets”
  • Quick-build: Diverter, Chicane
  • Evaluation
  • Community artwork
  • Speed humps in citywide contract
  • Longer-term capital projects

The full presentation is below.

Presentation

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