Neighborhood Traffic Safety Alliance
What is the Neighborhood Traffic Safety Alliance (NTSA)?
The Neighborhood Traffic Safety Alliance is a group of citizen volunteers from Vancouver’s neighborhoods who advocate for neighborhood traffic safety and offer input to Vancouver’s Public Works Department, Community Development Department, and other transportation-related agencies to help in identifying needs and mitigation of traffic issues affecting neighborhood within the limits of available resources.
The NTSA acts as an independent organization that conducts its own meetings, which may be attended by city staff as needed, and is open to membership from any recognized neighborhood association within the City of Vancouver.
How can you and your neighborhood get involved?
Vancouver residents are encouraged to participate in the Neighborhood Traffic Safety Alliance, to learn more about traffic safety in their neighborhoods, and to become more involved in making the city a safer place to live.
Neighborhood Traffic Calming ProgramThe City of Vancouver partners with the NTSA on a Traffic Calming Program to help residents slow neighborhood traffic. A step-by-step guide and toolbox of possible traffic calming methods can assist neighborhoods through this competitive process to apply for limited program funding.