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Escalon Traffic Calming Program

This program is intended to help address speeding, cut through traffic and other expressed traffic concerns brought to the City of Escalon’s attention by residents.

The Traffic Calming Program (TCP) outlines the process for residents to formally submit traffic concerns for City staff to evaluate, and details the information needed to ensure a complete and viable application. The program further outlines the available traffic calming tools, which represent the industry best practices, including physical improvements and non-physical strategies to slow traffic and calm the roadway/neighborhood.

Finally, the program identifies a funding source to better ensure any approved project can be completed. Cities in California nearly universally experience fiscal deficits in transportation funding and have significant deferred maintenance obligations. Prioritizing available Measure K monies for the City’s traffic calming program may decrease the overall transportation related funding for the City, but is aimed to help prioritize safety in our community, especially in our neighborhoods.

Contact Info

2060 McHenry Ave