Dublin Speed Management Program Project
Vehicular speed concerns are common feedback Dublin receives from residents. These safety concerns prompted the update of the Traffic Calming Program to a Speed Management Program. The Speed Management Program will provide a framework for a data-driven approach to speed management. The program goals and strategies focus on creating safe and comfortable streets for all road users across Dublin, with a focus on people walking and rolling.
The project team is developing strategies to address speeding and wants to hear from residents about their concerns and what would help them feel safe and comfortable on Dublin streets. This page will be updated with opportunities to provide input as we develop the Speed Management Program.
We Want to Hear from You!
Take our survey! Tell us about your concerns, what makes you feel safe and comfortable on Dublin streets, and any additional feedback you’d like to provide.
For questions regarding the Speed Management project, please contact Tina Wawszkiewicz, PE, Civil Engineer II at email@example.com or 614.410.4636.
Provide feedback and learn more at these upcoming engagement events:
- Sept. 13: Project update at Community Services Advisory Commission meeting, City Hall Council Chamber, 6:30 p.m.
Dublin Speed Management Public Meeting
The City of Dublin hosted a public meeting on Aug. 9, 2022, to gather input from residents about their concerns about vehicular speed and what would help them feel safe and comfortable on Dublin streets, with a focus on people walking and rolling. A recording of the meeting is available below.