The Neighborhood Traffic Calming Program (NTCP) approved by City Council in 2001, provides an avenue for citizens to work with the Transportation Services Department to continually improve the quality of life in Round Rock neighborhoods. Residents participate within their own neighborhoods and in conjunction with City staff to become actively involved in finding solutions and making decisions about traffic-related issues. The program was designed to effectively manage traffic issues by identifying and addressing problems related to speeding motorists, excessive traffic volumes and overall concern for safety on City streets.
If you feel that there is a speeding issue on a local street or any traffic concern that may put at risk the safety of your neighbors within your community, then you may have reason to pursue and benefit from the Neighborhood Traffic Calming Program.
If you would like to find out if your street can be considered for The Neighborhood Traffic Calming Program or would like additional information, please call or email:
Make your neighborhood safer with a Neighborhood Traffic Calming Program!