An important goal being established with Auburn's 2024 – 2044 Comprehensive Transportation Plan is to significantly reduce or eliminate traffic fatalities and serious injuries through a safe systems approach. The plan includes policies and actions that promote this goal for all roadway users, including motorists, bicyclists, and pedestrians. One of these actions includes developing a Comprehensive Safety Action Plan (CSAP). The plan will help the City prioritize a safe, efficient, and convenient transportation system.

What is the Auburn Comprehensive Safety Action Plan?

The CSAP will provide a framework for identifying, analyzing, and prioritizing roadway safety improvements on city streets. It involves analyzing past crash data, current risk factors that are commonly associated with serious injuries and fatal crashes, and experiences of community members to develop a prioritized list of issues, risks, actions, and improvements that can be used to work towards reducing fatalities and serious injury crashes.

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What are your major safety concerns?

Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 requires the City of Auburn to be sure that everyone has a chance to be heard and to respond to transportation programs and activities that may affect their community.

The City will handle the information gathered as confidentially as possible.