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City of Colorado Springs / Land Use Review / Frequently Asked Questions / Traffic issues

Frequently Asked Questions - Land Use Review
Traffic issues

Q: Where can I obtain a permit to drive an overweight vehicle in the City?

A: Overweight vehicles must have a permit to drive on certain streets in the City. These can be obtained from Traffic Engineering at 30 S. Nevada Avenue, Suite 401 or contacted directly at 385-5908.

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Q: How can we get a speed bump in our neighborhood?

A: Traffic calming measures are reviewed by Traffic Engineering. They are located at 30 S. Nevada Avenue, Suite 301 or can be contacted directly at 385-5908.
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Q: Where can I obtain traffic counts for a particular street?

A: Traffic counts are kept by Traffic Engineering. They are located at 30 S. Nevada Avenue, Suite 401 or can be contacted at 385-5908.

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Q: Who puts up street signs?

A: If the street sign is on a public street, Traffic Engineering may be able to provide assistance. They are located at 30 S. Nevada Avenue, Suite 401 or can be contacted directly at 385-5908. If the street sign is on a private road, you may need to contact the Homeowner or Neighborhood Association in that area.

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