Traffic calming program orientation
Please join us in the basement conference room at City Hall (301 E. Huron Street) on Tuesday, October 17 , 2017 from 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. for an overview of the City of Ann Arbor Traffic Calming Program including how to initiate traffic calming in your neighborhood and, what to expect throughout the traffic calming program. Staff will be available to answer questions.
The City of Ann Arbor Traffic Calming Program works to improve the quality of life and safety of neighborhood streets through the installation of traffic calming devices. The request-based program allows City staff to partner with the community to design safe streets for motorist, bicyclists, pedestrians, and children. The City Council adopted process is described in the City of Ann ArborTraffic Calming Guidebook (PDF).
Speed Hump on Larchmont Dr.
The following minimum conditions must be met to qualify for the Traffic Calming Program:
- The streets must be paved city streets.
- The street must be classified as a local street, as indicated on the State of Michigan ACT 51 maps.
- The average daily traffic must be at least 200 and no more than 4,000.
- The 85th percentile speed must be at least 5 mph over the posted speed limit.
- The street must not be a primary emergency route (for speed humps).
- Streets used as bus routes by the Ann Arbor Transportation Authority or the Ann Arbor Public Schools must have their input into the plan.
- The street must not be a designated truck route.
Traffic Calming Location Map
Use the drop down arrows along the left side for a map key and list of projects. Click on any project to learn more.
- Blue indicate projects upcoming or currently in progress
- Purple indicates projects that have been constructed
- Black indicates projects that did not qualify
Please follow the link to view the map in more detail and for an ongoing list of traffic calming projects in Ann Arbor.
Request Traffic Calming
Petitions for the Traffic Calming program are currently being accepted. Contact Traffic Calming project manager Cynthia Redinger (email@example.com; 734.794.6410 x43632) to discuss the petition process and Traffic Calming program qualifications.
Current funding allows completion of one Traffic Calming project per year. Petitions are considered on a first come first served basis. The Traffic Calming process takes approximately one year from petition submittal to construction, unless other projects are queued in advance.
If you have submitted a Traffic Calming request that did not result in traffic calming device installation, either because the project area did not qualify based on speed study results or neighborhood preference, you may contact Traffic Calming project manager Cynthia Redinger (firstname.lastname@example.org; 734.794.6410
x43632) to discuss re-petition options.
Traffic Calming Projects Update
Traffic Calming Orientation (November 2015):
S Forest Avenue (Wells to Granger):
If you are interested in increased speed-enforcement, or ther non-engineering approaches to calm traffic complete the Ann Arbor Police Department Traffic Complaint Questionnaire