Transportation and Traffic



The City of Fort Bragg is responsible for the repair and maintenance of approximately 27.5 centerline miles of pavement, 19 miles of alleys, 10 miles of storm drain, and 592 streetlights.

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Traffic Committee


Fort Bragg Traffic Committee membership is established by Ordinance 875 and consists of the Chief of Police and Director of Public Works.

Duties & Responsibilities
The general duty of the City Traffic Committee is to determine the installation and proper timing and maintenance of traffic control devices and signals, to conduct engineering analysis of traffic accidents, and to devise remedial measures, to conduct engineering and traffic investigations of traffic conditions and to cooperate with other city officials in the development of ways and means to improve traffic conditions.

It shall be the duty of the Traffic Committee to:

  • Suggest the most practicable means for coordinating the activities of all officers and agencies of this city having authority with respect to the administration or enforcement of traffic regulations
  • To receive complaints having to do with traffic matters
  • To recommend official ways and means for improving traffic conditions and the administration and enforcement of traffic regulations
  • To stimulate and assist in the preparation and publication of traffic reports