Local Roadway Safety Plan
The City of Napa is developing a comprehensive Local Roadway Safety Plan (LRSP). The LRSP aims to help the City to enhance traffic safety for all modes of transportation (driving, walking, bicycling, and riding transit) and for all ages and abilities.
The overarching goal is to develop a successful LRSP by utilizing the historic traffic collision database to create a decision-making process to address traffic safety in Napa. This document is intended to complement existing local planning documents as well as the State’s Strategic Highway Safety Plan (SHSP). As such, it relies on a partnership with stakeholders and public outreach using the four "E's” of traffic safety: Engineering, Enforcement, Education, and Emergency Services.
View the project area on the map.
The Report a Concern map tool for the Local Roadway Safety Plan has closed to public comment.
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Directions: Click on the button above to view and navigate the map to find collision hot spots. Use mouse wheel or provided buttons to zoom in and out. Pan by left-clicking on the map or using your device's touch screen. Collisions are color-coded to correspond to collision severity. To view the map legend, click the legend on the Layers tab in the top left and then expand the "Napa Injury Collisions 2016-2020" layer, which shows the color for each collision severity. Click on each collision for more details.
Coding for each field can be found in this PDF.
12/17/2021: View the Collision History section for collisions of all severity that occurred in the City of Napa from 2016 to 2020. We are constantly updating the interactive map as the project moves forward.
12/17/2021: Downloadable materials, plans, and reports will be uploaded here when they are available.