Citywide Traffic Safety Study

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Roadway Safety Matters

Roadway safety is important. An average of 1,820 crashes are reported each year (120 involve serious injury or death). These crashes affect Loveland's wellbeing. They impact families, workplaces, emergency responders, neighborhoods, livelihoods, mobility, and more.


What is the Loveland Citywide Traffic Safety Study?

The Study will create a traffic safety program based on data and safety concerns in Loveland. The study will include strategies for safety improvements, from infrastructure to enforcement and education. Locations will be evaluated and prioritized for potential improvements. The study will focus on vulnerable road users and explore how equity impacts safe mobility.

Participant feedback will be used to create a new Citywide traffic safety program that will improve traffic safety conditions for all modes of travel.


Take the Public Survey Today!

The City invites you to help identify traffic safety issues and concerns that you experience while driving on Loveland roadways. To do so, please take the public survey by clicking the "GO TO MAP" button below. The survey will close on November 14, 2021.

Examples of issues you can identify in the public survey are provided below, but you are not limited to only these issues.

  • Intersection operations such as signal timing, left-turn arrows, turn lanes, difficulty turning left, etc.
  • Vehicle speeds and/or running red lights or stop signs
  • Visibility at intersections/driveways due to curves, vegetation, fences, etc.
  • Lack of pedestrian facilities such as sidewalks, curb ramps at intersections, and roadway crossings
  • Pedestrian issues such as vehicle compliance at crosswalks, jaywalking, right-turning motorists, etc.
  • Bicycle infrastructure issues such as lack of bike lanes, potholes, signal not detecting bikes, etc.
  • Cyclist issues such as riding side by side, or conflicts with turning vehicles
  • Motorcyclist speed and or visibility for others
  • Roadway lighting
  • Weather issues such as sun glare, snow covered sidewalks, etc.

Public input is important to this project, as it will shape transportation improvement priorities for years to come. Ways to better educate our community and enforce traffic safety will also be impacted by this project. Your voice matters. Thank you for your input!

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Roadway Safety Matters

Roadway safety is important. An average of 1,820 crashes are reported each year (120 involve serious injury or death). These crashes affect Loveland's wellbeing. They impact families, workplaces, emergency responders, neighborhoods, livelihoods, mobility, and more.


What is the Loveland Citywide Traffic Safety Study?

The Study will create a traffic safety program based on data and safety concerns in Loveland. The study will include strategies for safety improvements, from infrastructure to enforcement and education. Locations will be evaluated and prioritized for potential improvements. The study will focus on vulnerable road users and explore how equity impacts safe mobility.

Participant feedback will be used to create a new Citywide traffic safety program that will improve traffic safety conditions for all modes of travel.


Take the Public Survey Today!

The City invites you to help identify traffic safety issues and concerns that you experience while driving on Loveland roadways. To do so, please take the public survey by clicking the "GO TO MAP" button below. The survey will close on November 14, 2021.

Examples of issues you can identify in the public survey are provided below, but you are not limited to only these issues.

  • Intersection operations such as signal timing, left-turn arrows, turn lanes, difficulty turning left, etc.
  • Vehicle speeds and/or running red lights or stop signs
  • Visibility at intersections/driveways due to curves, vegetation, fences, etc.
  • Lack of pedestrian facilities such as sidewalks, curb ramps at intersections, and roadway crossings
  • Pedestrian issues such as vehicle compliance at crosswalks, jaywalking, right-turning motorists, etc.
  • Bicycle infrastructure issues such as lack of bike lanes, potholes, signal not detecting bikes, etc.
  • Cyclist issues such as riding side by side, or conflicts with turning vehicles
  • Motorcyclist speed and or visibility for others
  • Roadway lighting
  • Weather issues such as sun glare, snow covered sidewalks, etc.

Public input is important to this project, as it will shape transportation improvement priorities for years to come. Ways to better educate our community and enforce traffic safety will also be impacted by this project. Your voice matters. Thank you for your input!

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Public Survey

24 days

INSTRUCTIONS

Once you click "GO TO MAP," you will be in the public survey. The map will take up your full screen. To add comments, click on the plus icon ("add pin") on the left side of the screen. Select the pin type that reflects your concern (e.g., vehicle, bicycle, etc.) and drag and drop the pin onto the map to identify the location where you notice and experience transportation safety issues. Once you place a pin, please answer the two prompts in the dialog box that will appear, and add your comment that details the concern.  

If your traffic safety comment applies to the entire City, please place your pin in Boyd Lake. If you drop a pin outside City of Loveland’s boundaries, we will share your comment with the appropriate organization that manages traffic in that area. You are welcome to place more than one pin if you have multiple items/locations to share.

Page last updated: 16 October 2021, 10:29