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City of Colorado Springs / Traffic Engineering / Traffic Operations / Neighborhood Traffic Management Program (NTMP)

NEIGHBORHOOD TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT PROGRAM (NTMP)

As of January 2010, the City of Colorado Springs' Neighborhood Traffic Management Program (NTMP) has been eliminated due to the loss of its program funding and staffing resources.  The City of Colorado Springs has been experiencing significant budget shortfalls over the past few years.  As such, numerous programs, service, and staff have been eliminated to balance the City budget including the NTMP. 

The six remaining traffic calming construction projects have been canceled due to both the lack of funds to construct these projects and the lack of staff to oversee their construction.  Residents in these neighborhoods have been mailed postcards (January 2010) informing of the NTMP's cessation and the canceled status of their projects. 

If your neighborhood is interested in traffic calming, your options are now very limited since the Neighborhood Traffic Management Program (NTMP) was cut to help balance the City's budget.  The City is no longer accepting NTMP applications from residents as there is no funding available to complete the needed assessments and public involvement or to build any improvements at this time. 

For information on Options for Neighborhoods Concerned about Traffic Safety, please link to that web page here.