Safe Streets Madison
Safe Streets Madison Report & Prioritization Tool – Adopted by the Common Council Aug 3, 2021
Safe Streets Madison Project Spreadsheet - September 1, 2022
Safe Streets Madison Program Priorities
- Implementing traffic safety measures in a fair and equitable manner to eliminate traffic deaths and serious injuries on City streets.
- Data from the High Injury Network (HIN) is used to determine where safety improvements are most needed.
- Improved traffic safety also helps foster walking, biking, and transit in the city.
- Improving connectivity by closing gaps in the pedestrian and bicycle networks in a fair and equitable manner and ensuring that they are accessible for all ages and abilities.
- Enhancing the pedestrian and bicycle networks encourages and facilitates walking, biking, and transit; and it will improve safety for vulnerable users by creating low-stress networks.
Public Involvement Opportunities
- Safe Streets Madison Process & Potential Projects Review: Transportation Commission, February 9 (Project Documents, Public Input)
- Phase One Projects Approved: Transportation Commission, February 23, 2022
- Phase Two Projects Considered: Transportation Commission, March 23, 2022
- Projects Considered as part of Crossing Guard location discussion: Transportation Commission, June 22, 2022
- Phase Three Projects Considered: Transportation Commission, Fall/Winter (TBD)
Transportation Commission review and approval is required for requests made through the Safe Streets Madison program. The Transportation Commission considers all program priorities and evaluation criteria when making decisions regarding project prioritization and funding.
Starting in 2022, Safe Streets Madison consolidates funding from the following programs into the new program and prioritization process:
Traffic Concerns and Requests
To report problems or concerns, contact Traffic Engineering, firstname.lastname@example.org, your Alder, or visit the City’s Report a Problem page.