Neighborhood Traffic Management Pilot Program open house moved to virtual format

Kevin PowellCity, Municipal Services and Operations

Due to the COVID-19 surge, the Neighborhood Traffic Management Pilot Program open house scheduled for 6 to 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Jan. 25 in the Lawrence Public Library auditorium will be held virtually via Zoom. The City will provide a method at City Hall for individuals without access to the internet or a telephone – and only such persons – to observe or participate in the meeting.

The link to register for the Zoom meeting is here. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

The virtual meeting will remain in an open house format so people can come and go as they please. Virtual breakout rooms will provide the opportunity for smaller group discussions with the project team, including City staff, the City’s design consultant and neighborhood representatives.

Additional information about the pilot program, including proposed revisions to the current traffic calming plan, before/after traffic speed and volume data, and a survey will be added to the web page for preview before the open house at

For more information about the Neighborhood Traffic Management Program, visit

Contact: Dustin Smith, Senior Project Engineer, 785-832-3192,