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N 28th St Speed Hump
The Neighborhood Traffic Management Program offers help to residents who are dealing with traffic safety problems on residential side streets. This program is only for the local side street network, and excludes major arterials and collector streets.
If you are interested in participating in this program or have questions or complaints about speeding, cut-through traffic, pedestrian safety, speed humps, or other traffic calming, please follow the procedure below:
Thank you for your interest in making Milwaukee’s neighborhoods safer and more pleasant for everyone.
To request NTMP assistance from the City of Milwaukee for traffic safety concerns on local residential streets, please complete this online application form. A neighborhood petition form will be emailed to you following your submission. If you would the application and petition form mailed directly to you, please ...
Is there a school(s) on the street? YesNo
Name of School:
Is there a park/community facility on the street?YesNo
List park/community facility:
Reason(s) for request cut-through traffic, speeding, difficult to cross street, frequent crashes):
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