To report a missing, broken, or altered traffic sign, contact the City of Milwaukee Unified Call Center at (414) 286-CITY (2489).
Speed limits are based on a combination of factors including the spacing of buildings and houses, vehicular traffic volume, parking, bicycle and pedestrian activity. The speed limit is 25 mph on most roadways in the City of Milwaukee, busier streets have a speed limit of 30 mph, while outlying areas have speed limits of 35 to 40 mph.
If you believe speeding is occurring on a local residential side street in your area, see Neighborhood Traffic Management Program (NTMP) for more information.
The Neighborhood Traffic Management Program offers help to residents who are dealing with traffic safety problems on residential side streets.
A traffric study must be performed prior to changing traffic control signage at an intersection. These signs include yield signs, stop signs, pedestrian crossing signs, etc. Requests for traffic studies are done at the request of the alderperson who represents the district in which the intersection is located.