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Neighborhood Traffic Management Program

Is there speeding Traffic on your Street? Too Much Traffic on your Street? Do You Feel Your Street is Unsafe for You and Your Family? Do You Want to do Something About it?

Contact the Neighborhood Traffic Management Program at (520) 791-4259 or via email at neighborhoodtraffic Please contact our office for any of the following services:

  • To obtain a highlighted map of your proposed petition area
  • To have an NTMP packet mailed to your address
  • To obtain status of your project (from petition to installation)
  • Answers to any other questions you may have
Brochures
Traffic Facts Brochure
PDF Traffic Facts
PDF Hechos Del Tráfico
Traffic Circles Brochure
PDF Traffic Circles
PDF Circulos do Tráfico
Speed Humps Brochure
PDF Speed Humps
PDF Topes de Velocidad
Traffic Calming Brochure
PDF Traffic Calming
PDF Calmar el Tráfico

NOTE: Submitting a petition to NTMP does not guarantee that the requested traffic mitigation will be approved and installed. Requested traffic mitigation could be modified or rejected by any of the city agencies for various reasons, for example, if the petitioned street(s) have a history of flooding/drainage issues, issues regarding emergency or other city vehicle access, location of sewer or manhole cover, etc.

List of petitions for submittal

* Converting 4-Way Stop to 4-Way Yield

If you have an existing Traffic Circle in your neighborhood with 4-Way Stop Signs, or if you are considering having a Traffic Circle installed in your neighborhood, you may want to consider having 4-Way Yield Signs installed at that intersection to control traffic in place of Stop Signs.  A Traffic Circle in combination with Yield Signs at each leg of the intersection can effectively control traffic and slow traffic speeds to safe levels.  With your neighborhood Traffic Circle, Yield signs will be used for the benefit of not only bicyclists on their way to work or school but to the overall community.

Process for Converting an Existing 4-Way Stop to 4-Way Yield

Neighborhoods that want to change 4-Way Stop Signs to 4-Way Yield Signs at an existing Traffic Circle location in their neighborhood must follow the same petition process that was required for the installation of a Traffic Circle with 4-Way Stop Signs.  They will need to submit to the Neighborhood Traffic Management staff a petition “Traffic Circle Petition-Convert Stop to Yield pdf” with 60% support from the petition area for the conversion from 4-Way Stop Signs to 4-Way Yield Signs.  The petition area required for converting from 4-Way Stop Signs to 4-Way Yield Signs would be the same area as would be required for the installation of a Traffic Circle, properties radiating one block in each direction (on both sides of the street) from the existing Traffic Circle location.  Neighborhoods converting from a 4-Way Stop to a 4-Way Yield must follow the same process outlined in our online brochure “Traffic Circles pdf

To obtain a petition for converting an existing 4-Way Stop to a 4-Way Yield, click on “List of petitions for submittal”, then click the link for “Traffic Circle Petition-Convert Stop to Yield pdf” for the Traffic Circle Petition that requests that the Stop Signs at an existing Traffic Circle be converted to Yield Signs.  You may also call (520) 791-4259, or e-mail neighborhoodtraffic@tucsonaz.gov to have a petition mailed to you.  The cost of installing the new signage would need to funded by the neighborhood (approximately $480 for all four signs).

Process For Installing A New Traffic Circle With 4-Way Yield Signs

Neighborhoods installing new Traffic Circles must follow the same process as outlined in our online brochure “Traffic Circles pdf”. To obtain a petition for installing a new Traffic Circle, click on List of petitions for submittal then click link for “Traffic Circle Petition-4-Way Yield PDF” for the modified Traffic Circle petition that requests that Yield Signs be used.  If you are unsure about the petition area, please call (520) 791-4259 or e-mail neighborhoodtraffic@tucsonaz.gov and we can clarify that for you.

If you are not sure which way is best, staff from the City's Neighborhood Traffic Management Program and Bicycle & Pedestrian Program can help.  Please feel free to contact Jesse Soto (520) 791-4259 or Ann Chanecka (520) 791-4371 or email them here: tdotbikes@tucsonaz.gov for more information.

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