Streets & Traffic

Responsibilities


The North Richland Hills Public Works Department is responsible for the maintenance of more than 543 lane miles of city streets, as well as traffic control signals, street signs and pavement markings. We strive to maintain an efficient and effective transportation system by extending the life of the pavement on all of our city streets, updating and optimizing traffic signal timing plans, maintaining street signs and replacing pavement markings.

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Traffic Calming Program 


The Traffic Calming Program is designed to limit the speed and the number of vehicles on residential streets and to safely move traffic from one point to another. This can involve measures ranging from police enforcement and neighborhood watch programs, to strategic physical changes to residential streets. Physical changes to the streets may include signs, speed bumps and narrowing traffic lanes. Streets classified as arterial, collector or primary routes for emergency response are not eligible for the Traffic Calming Program. A Neighborhood Action Request form can be found in the Traffic Calming Program Policy and must be submitted before any action can be taken under the program.

Responsibilities

 
The Transportation Division of the Public Works Department is responsible for maintenance and repair of traffic control signal lights, street signs and pavement markings on city streets. The goals of the division are to maintain an efficient and effective transportation system by updating and optimizing traffic signal timing plans, maintaining street signs and replacing pavement markings.

Traffic Calming Program

 
The division also handles the city’s Traffic Calming Program. The purpose of the program is to limit the speed and the number of vehicles on residential streets and to safely move traffic from one point to another.
Transportation

This can involve measures ranging from police enforcement and neighborhood watch programs, to strategic physical changes to residential streets. Physical changes to the streets may include signs, speed bumps and narrowing traffic lanes. Streets classified as arterial, collector or primary routes for emergency response are not eligible for the Traffic Calming Program. A Neighborhood Action Request form can be found in the Traffic Calming Program Policy and must be submitted before any action can be taken under the program.

Responsibilities

 
The Transportation Division of the Public Works Department is responsible for maintenance and repair of traffic control signal lights, street signs and pavement markings on city streets. The goals of the division are to maintain an efficient and effective transportation system by updating and optimizing traffic signal timing plans, maintaining street signs and replacing pavement markings.

Traffic Calming Program

 
The division also handles the city’s Traffic Calming Program. The purpose of the program is to limit the speed and the number of vehicles on residential streets and to safely move traffic from one point to another.
Transportation

This can involve measures ranging from police enforcement and neighborhood watch programs, to strategic physical changes to residential streets. Physical changes to the streets may include signs, speed bumps and narrowing traffic lanes. Streets classified as arterial, collector or primary routes for emergency response are not eligible for the Traffic Calming Program. A Neighborhood Action Request form can be found in the Traffic Calming Program Policy and must be submitted before any action can be taken under the program.
  1. Streets, Traffic, Drainage

    Physical Address
    7200A Dick Fisher Dr.
    North Richland Hills, TX 76180

    Phone: 817-427-6460
    Fax: 817-427-6444


  2. Boe Blankenship

    Operations Manager

  3. Chris Turner

    Street Superintendent

  4. Doug Dunn

    Senior Traffic Technician