MODEL COMMUNITY SPEED CONTROL PROGRAM
With the repeal of the National Maximum Speed Limit, states can enact higher speed limits on their roadways. This means that motorists may be driving faster than before, which may result in higher speeds on roads where speed limits have not changed. Communities will be looking for ways to keep speed-related traffic crashes down, while setting higher limits. This paper discusses the Model Community Speed Control Program, the purpose of which is to assist managers of police traffic units with an example of an effective and efficient approach to control speed and the associated crash problems in their community. The program has four phases - crash and speed assessment, community speed problem awareness, systematic speed enforcement, and program evaluation.
- Record URL:
Washington, DC United States 20590
- Publication Date: 2000
- Media Type: Digital/other
- Pagination: 2 p.
- TRT Terms: Awareness; Communities; Community action programs; Evaluation and assessment; Public information programs; Speed control; Speed limits; Speeding; Traffic crashes; Traffic law enforcement
- Subject Areas: Highways; Safety and Human Factors; Society; I83: Accidents and the Human Factor;
- Accession Number: 00803535
- Record Type: Publication
- Files: NTL, TRIS, USDOT
- Created Date: Dec 1 2001 12:00AM