Recent Press Releases
St. Clair Ave at Gallatin St paving [MORE INFO]
US Hwy 72 West turn lanes-Jeff Rd to Paramount Dr [MORE INFO]
Cecil Ashburn Dr shoulder work, June 30-July 31 [MORE INFO]
Holmes Ave closed June 4-12 between Jefferson and Spragins [MORE INFO]
Cedar Ave closed permanently from Clopton to Holiday [MORE INFO]
Spragins St closure for 2 weeks [MORE INFO]
Saint Clair Ave lane closures [MORE INFO]
Wynn Dr closure between Old Madison Pike and Technology Dr [MORE INFO]
Lowe Ave closure between Gallatin and Willilams [MORE INFO]
Old Madison Pike closure [MORE INFO]
Traffic Calming Program
The Neighborhood Traffic Calming Program (NTCP) is a procedure to use positive methods of speed tables,
geometry, and/or landscaping to alter the negative effects that traffic flow creates in a residential area. The negative effect most
often occurs when motorists use a local street as a short cut between arterials and by motorists who travel faster than the posted
neighborhood speed limit. This unnecessary neighborhood thru-traffic, by motorists travelling at unsafe speeds, on streets designed
primarily for local access to properties poses safety hazards.
To determine if your residential street qualifies for the program complete the online form,
fill it out, and submit the application. If you have questions, contact Tom Sisco.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Outline of the NTCP (.pdf 112 kb)
For more information on the NTCP, contact the Traffic Engineering Division at (256) 427-6850
or email Tom Sisco.