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TRAFFIC CALMING POLICY REVIEW
Policy Review Time Line
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After studying the material on this web site, please provide your views, concerns and ideas about the future of traffic calming in Knoxville.
Policy Review Timeline
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Here is an approximate time line for the city's review of its traffic calming policy. Some portions of this process make take more or less time than the timing indicated.

August
  • Announce Policy Review and Public Input Process.
  • Announce dates, times and locations of 5 public meetings in September and October.

    September-October
  • Launch Web Site devoted to current procedures, definitions, links to traffic calming resources, and information on how citizens can weigh in.
  • Hold Public Meetings across the City.
  • Gather verbal and written comments on neighborhood traffic problems, proposed traffic calming solutions, and the neighborhood decision-making process.
  • Launch a survey of citizens' ideas and concerns about residential traffic safety.

    November-December
  • City Staff conducts an Internal Review and Develops Draft Policy.

    January-March
  • Publish Draft Policy.
  • Hold City-Wide Public Meeting and Gather Comments on Draft Policy.
  • Rework Draft Policy As Needed.
  • Final Policy Presented to Public and to City Council.

    Second Quarter 2014
  • Begin implementing new policy, within budget constraints.
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