The City of Santa Ana is joining an emerging nationwide trend where cities are increasingly deciding to reject severe and fatal injuries as a necessary byproduct of multimodal transportation. Santa Ana is taking a hard look at traffic collision patterns citywide and setting the goal to reduce the number of severe and fatal injuries to zero.
The Safe Mobility Santa Ana plan takes a new approach to addressing these patterns. The plan utilizes a detailed collision analysis to identify specific hot spot locations, citywide trends, and best practices in traffic safety to identify solutions that will evolve the roadway network in Santa Ana into one where roadway users can make transportation decisions and unanticipated mistakes without risk of severe injury or death. The recommendations of this plan recognize the need to balance the many objectives of the local transport system, including travel time reliability, safety, and meeting the mobility needs of a variety of roadway users, including personal and freight vehicles on regionally significant streets.
The Safe Mobility Santa Ana Plan Was Adopted By City Council On November 15, 2016
Questions or comments can be submitted in writing to:
Cory Wilkerson | Active Transportation Coordinator
City of Santa Ana | Public Works Agency M-43
20 Civic Center Plaza | Santa Ana, CA 92702
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