The Traffic Operations and Safety Engineering (TOSE) division of Public Works is committed to studying and designing elements of the City infrastructure, keeping in mind the co-existing modes of transportation. The goal being to move people, goods and services, and vehicles through the city in an efficient, safe and convenient way.
Traffic & Pedestrian Safety Program
The objective of Redmond's Traffic & Pedestrian Safety Program is to identify problem areas and to plan and implement solutions.
Sanctioned Maintenance Programs
Review on-going transportation programs that are sanctioned by Council to accomplish significant city objectives. Programs include bridge repairs, pavement management, etc.
Property owner responsibilities
Drivers need unobstructed views within what is called the sight distance triangle to be able to see oncoming traffic, pedestrians, and cyclists from any direction. Good sight distance is critical to reducing the potential for traffic collisions.
See how the City keeps traffic flowing smoothly and safely, and harmoniously with pedestrians and cyclists. Operations include pothole repair, signs & markings, streetlights, street sweeping, and snow & ice response.
Targeted Safety Improvement Program (TSIP)
The Targeted Safety Improvement Program (TSIP) carries out the policy direction in the Transportation Master Plan. The key elements of the program help to identify existing and potential traffic safety problem areas and implement projects to reduce traffic collisions using proactive and reactive strategies.