Traffic Safety
Drive 25 Program

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The Drive 25 Program is a cooperative City/Neighborhood-based initiative to reduce speeding on our residential streets. The need for this is clear; speeding is the single greatest traffic complaint received by Traffic Engineering and Police Department for neighborhoods. Many of the violators are driving within their own neighborhoods. The Drive 25 Program addresses the issue by encouraging neighborhood residents to take responsibility for the impact their cars have on the roads they use.

The Drive 25 Program encourages motorists to drive the legal speed limit in their neighborhood and also positively change motorist behavior throughout our community.

Program Goals

pedestrian survival chance depending on vehicle speeds: 95% at 20 m p h, 60% at 30 m p h, 20% at 40 m p h
  • Reduce speeding on streets throughout our community
  • Raise awareness of how individual motorist's behavior impacts the quality of life in their neighborhood and our community
  • Educate drivers on the impact that speeding has on braking distance and survival rates of pedestrians hit by cars
  • Promote courteous driving habits
  • Raise awareness that motorists share the road with bicyclists and pedestrians

FREE Decal When You Join Us!

When you complete and submit the pledge form below you will receive a window decal for your car indicating that you are a Drive 25 Program participant. Please join our efforts to make our community a better and safer place to live.

Personal Information

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By submitting this form, I recognize that driving behavior can impact the quality of life for my neighborhood and our community, so I hereby pledge to:

  • Drive within the posted speed limit
  • Leave early and allow enough travel time to get to our destination, thereby reducing the temptation to speed
  • Be courteous to other motorists, pedestrians, and bicyclists sharing the road with us
  • Stop to allow pedestrians to cross at designated crosswalks

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First Floor
840 Boonville Avenue
Springfield, MO 65802

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