Traffic Calming Program
The City of South San Francisco Traffic Calming Program was developed to provide policies and procedures that will act as guidelines to help the TAC address traffic complaints related to excessive speeding, cut-through traffic, and high vehicular volumes while maintaining pedestrian and vehicular safety. These guidelines are primarily intended to be used by the TAC, residents, and business owners interested in developing traffic calming plans, and may also be helpful for members of the general public that are interested in finding out how the City of South San Francisco implements traffic calming.
The Traffic Calming Program includes:
- A description of the process for residents and business owners to request traffic calming plans.
- A description of the prioritization process for selecting projects within a given time frame and/or budget.
- A toolbox of traffic calming measures.
- As needed, this Traffic Calming Program will be a living document, undergoing changes over time.
Traffic Advisory Committee
The City of South San Francisco created the Traffic Advisory Committee (TAC) to help expedite various traffic requests received from residents and business owners. The TAC is comprised of representatives of the City’s Planning Division, Engineering Division, Public Works Department, Fire Department, and Police Department.
In order to have your request reviewed by TAC, please fill out a Traffic Advisory Committee Request Form as detailed as possible. Return the form to the Engineering Division via fax, mail or drop it off at our counter located at 315 Maple Avenue. When the Engineering Division receives your completed form indicating your request, it will be placed on the upcoming meeting agenda. TAC meetings are not public meetings and consist of City staff only. The meetings are typically held on the 4th Wednesday of every month, pending staff availability. The results of the TAC meeting will be forwarded to you in writing, indicating the Committee’s action. If you have any questions regarding TAC, please contact the Engineering Division at (650) 829-6652 or email Engineering@ssf.net.
Email - for non-emergency issues only
315 Maple Ave.
South San Francisco, CA 94080
Monday - Friday,
8:00 am - 5:00 pm