February 22


Traffic Calming Resources: How to Handle Speeding

By Mike Spack

February 22, 2018

speeding, traffic speed, traffic speed reduction

By Mike Spack, PE, PTOE

We recently completed our annual MikeOnTraffic reader survey. In the survey we asked readers what their biggest challenge is, and our readers didn’t hold back! We received a wide range of challenges that transportation engineers face daily. Over the next several months we are going to post resources for our readers around these challenges to help you in your professional lives.

Among the most commonly sited challenge was dealing with citizens regarding speeding issues. I have assembled some of our most read articles on traffic calming to help you get started evaluating traffic calming options.

Add a comment below on your favorite traffic calming device or technique, and I may include your ideas in an upcoming post.

Looking for more great ways to deal with traffic calming and other citizen requests?

Check out our digital book The Engineer’s Guide to Citizen Traffic Requests. Including more than 15 ready to use email templates to respond to common citizen traffic requests including excessive speeds, stop signs, cut through traffic, truck traffic, special interest signs, and more.  Download a free preview to see how the guide can work for you.


Mike Spack Bio

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Mike Spack

My mission is to help traffic engineers, transportation planners, and other transportation professionals improve our world.

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