Neighborhood Traffic Management

The Sacramento County Neighborhood Traffic Management Program (NTMP) provides a variety of traffic management tools to address traffic concerns on neighborhood streets. The goal of the NTMP is to improve safety and the quality-of-life for residents by reducing the impacts from speeding vehicles and careless drivers on residential streets.

The NTMP includes the following key elements:

  • A systematic approach to initiating citizen requests to treat neighborhood traffic issues.
  • A priority system that allows staff to prioritize limited resources.
  • Neighborhood involvement in developing and approving a neighborhood traffic management plan.
  • A broader “Toolbox” providing more options to treat traffic related issues.

How Is The NTMP Program Funded?

NTMP projects are funded through Measure A. Measure A, is a half-cent sales tax for transportation improvements that was approved by voters in 2004. This 30-year Measure provides funds for city and county road maintenance, traffic control & safety programs, streetscapes, pedestrian and bicycle facilities. Sacramento County contributes a portion of its Measure A share to the NTMP program. For additional information on Measure A, see

How Can Your Neighborhood Become Part of the NTMP?​

Residents who are interested in being considered for the NTMP, can call  311 or 875-4311 or visit ​to inquire about additional information specific to your street.

Interested in seeing the NTMP Process? View the NTMP Flow Chart.


For additional information: 

Call 311 or 875-4311 or contact

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