Speed Limit Reduction: Streets Currently Under Consideration


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Active Speed Limit Reduction Ballots Completed Speed Limit Reductions Approved Speed Limit Reductions

All streets currently going through the Speed Limit Reduction process are listed below.  Ballot periods are open for two weeks, so please ensure to cast you ballot prior to the date listed below your street’s name.

To cast a ballot, you have three options:

  1. Use the PublicInput link below your street’s name.
  2. Email your response to NTMP@raleighnc.gov. Be sure to include the name of your street, your unique authorization code, and your "Yes" or "No" vote.
  3. Call 919-996-4066 to speak with the NTMP staff directly.

If you are interested in requesting a Speed Limit Reduction for your street, please complete the Neighborhood Traffic Management Program Application.

Active Speed Limit Reduction Ballots

Indian Trail Drive: from Pemberton Dr to the end
Votes need to be made by October 23, 2020
PublicInput survey

Woburn Drive: from end to end
Votes need to be made by October 30, 2020
PublicInput survey

Neuse Wood Drive: from Wild Wood Forest Drive to Big Sandy Drive
Votes need to be made by October 30, 2020
PublicInput survey

Daisy Street: from Clark Avenue to Hillsborough Street
Votes need to be made by October 30, 2020
PublicInput survey

Completed Speed Limit Reductions

All new speed limits will go into effect seven days from Council approval:

Stowecroft Lane: from Rockdell Hall Street to the end

Quail Hollow Road: from E Millbrook Road to Hardimont Road

Nowell Pointe Drive: from Nowell Road to Nowell Ridge Road

Cedar Waters Drive: from end to end

Nowell Ridge Road: from Nowell Pointe Drive to the end

Cedar Downs Drive: from Cedar Waters Drive to the end

Marlowe Road: from Lassiter Mill Road to the end
Scheduled to be presented to City Council on October 20, 2020

Evans Mill Place: from Ray Road to Congeniality Way
Scheduled to be presented to City Council on October 20, 2020

Approved Speed Limit Reductions

Summerkings Court: from N King Charles Road to the end
Approved by City Council on October 6, 2020 and will be installed by October 13, 2020

Brookside Drive: from Automotive Way to Glascock Street
Approved by City Council on October 6, 2020 and will be installed by October 13, 2020

Contact

 

Will Shumaker
Traffic Calming Administrator
919-996-3030

Lead Department:
Transportation
Service Categories:
Traffic Engineering