Neighborhood Traffic Management Program
Three neighborhoods have been selected, based on a prioritization study, to participate in the 2012 Neighborhood Traffic Management Program. These neighborhoods are identified as follows:
- Neighborhood "O": The residential neighborhood is adjacent to Walnut Street between La Habra Boulevard and Imperial Highway.
- Neighborhood "G": The residential neighborhood bounded by Whittier Boulevard to the north, College Street to the east, La Habra Boulevard to the south, and Orange Street to the west.
- Neighborhood "H": The residential neighborhood bounded by La Habra Boulevard to the north, Idaho Street to the east, Hillandale Avenue to the south and Beach Boulevard to the west.
June 2014 Update
There are 3 neighborhoods under review for a traffic calming plan. If you live outside these areas and would like to comment on the proposed plan please download the Traffic Calm Feedback Form (PDF) and send feedback to the program by emailing Neighborhood Traffic Management Program.
March 2013 Update
The Neighborhood Traffic Management Program (NTMP) committees developed a preliminary traffic calming plan for their particular neighborhoods.
The next step in the process is the determination of plan support by each neighborhood. The committees will make the presentation of the traffic calming plans to their respective neighborhoods for review and comment. Staff anticipates that the neighborhood meetings will be scheduled in April / May 2013.
Based on the comments received, the plans will be refined as necessary. Subsequently, a neighborhood survey will be distributed to the residents of each neighborhood to determine support for the plan. The required neighborhood support is a minimum response rate of 50%, with an approval rate of 67%. If these thresholds are satisfied, then the City Council will consider plan implementation, which includes approval of the traffic management plans, design and construction of improvements, and traffic monitoring.
For More Information
For additional information on the Neighborhood Traffic Management Program, please contact Nelson Wong, Traffic Manager, at 562-383-4151, or email Nelson Wong.
May 2012 Update
The 1st step in the process is a meeting that will be held at City Hall on May 17, 2012, at 6 p.m. Residents will have the opportunity to discuss the plan development process and traffic management measures that may be used.