Traffic Safety & Operations

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Traffic Safety and Operations Technical Assistance may be requested by member communities to evaluate and implement simple safety or operational improvements.  Assistance will be provided by NOACA planning and engineering staff.  The assistance provided may include performing walk audits, pavement marking or signing plan development, speed zone analysis, road diet feasibility, ODOT Crash Analysis for projects, access management reviews, signal warrant or removal studies, abbreviated safety funding applications, development of School Travel Plans, and Safe Routes To School funding applications). Traffic Safety & Operations TA applications are accepted on a rolling basis.


Eligible applicants include: political subdivisions, other state agencies, boards, commissions, regional transit authorities, county transit boards and port authorities. Non-implementing governmental agencies and non-governmental organizations (i.e. Community Development Corporations, non-profits, and advocacy organizations) must partner with the eligible governmental entity having jurisdiction over the proposed project to co-sponsor a request. Only eligible applicants can complete the application and assume responsibility for entering into an agreement with NOACA to carry out the project.

Funding Information

The total budget and staff resources for the program will be determined annually with the development of the Overall Work Program. To effectively manage the program, the NOACA Executive Director may limit staff time available within a specific fiscal year. Project sponsors are not required to provide any financial contribution or local match to receive assistance. View the Technical Assistance Policy (adopted June 12, 2015).

Location Study Name Report Year
City of Bay Village Signal Warrant Analysis: Lake Avenue & Bradley Road 2018
City of Medina Signal Warrant Analysis: Wadsworth Road & Sturbridge Drive 2017
City of North Royalton Signal Warrant Analysis: Ridge Road & Akins Road 2017
City of Broadview Heights Signal Warrant & Operational Analysis of Broadview Road at Oakes Road and Akins Road 2016, Revised 2017
Village of Walton Hills Alexander Road & Northfield Road Intersection Recommendations 2014
City of Cleveland Safety & Capacity Analysis Study for W. 14th Street and Quigley Road Roundabout 2013
City of Broadview Heights Intersection Capacity Analysis for Broadview Road at Akins, Oakes and Avery Roads 2011
City of Broadview Heights Speed Zone Study 2011
City of North Olmsted Lorain and Brookpark Intersection Traffic Study 2011
City of North Olmsted Lorain, Porter and Butternut Ridge Intersection Traffic Study 2011
City of Broadview Heights Signal Warrant Study 2010