Transportation Safety

Learn about active transportation projects striving to make traveling in San Mateo safer and more comfortable for all ages and abilities.

Help us promote safety in San Mateo by sharing our flyer in your neighborhood or posting it on your social channels.

Share Your Experience Traveling Around San Mateo

The below transportation projects are currently asking for input from community members who walk, bike, take transit, or drive in San Mateo. In addition to San Mateo residents, those who work or go to school in San Mateo, or visit San Mateo for recreation are welcome to share their experiences getting around. 

Select the links under the appropriate project to share your travel experiences and learn more about our safety projects.

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Citywide Complete Streets Plan

The CoCSP Learn More buttonmplete Streets Plan aims to transform the existing vehicle-centric transportation network to one designed for safety and access for all travel modes. The final Plan will serve as a roadmap for closing gaps in the City’s circulation network to ensure a safe, accessible network designed for all modes of travel.

Check out our project webpage to find out how to get involved. 

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Local Roadway Safety Plan (LRSP)

The LRSP will use collision data aLRSP Learn More Buttonnd community feedback to identify, analyze, and prioritize roadway safety improvements throughout the City. The project is accepting feedback on safety concerns the community may have while walking, biking, driving and taking transit in San Mateo.

Click the below map to share your safety concerns before it closes on September 1, 2023.
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Other Safety-Related Transportation Projects

Reduced School Zone Speed Limits

The City strives to create a safer environment around schools for students by promoting safe driving near schools and reducing speed limits. Through this project, speed limits near schools will be reduced to 15 miles per hour when children are present. Find out where the speed limits are being reduced how you can help promote safety near schools on our Slow for Students webpage.

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