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Welcome to the Traffic and Transportation Services Home Page. This division provides for mobility and safety of people and goods. Services range from increasing arterial street capacity by operating Intelligent Transportation Systems infrastructure, to providing traffic planning assistance for both local and regional transportation projects. These services fit into the larger City purposes by enhancing neighborhoods by protecting residential streets from excessive cut-through traffic; providing access to businesses to build a strong economy; enhancing safety through adequate intelligent transportation systems/traffic signal construction and maintenance, arterial signing and striping.

The Division of Traffic and Transportation is a community partner in shaping a livable city. We plan, manage, and maintain an effective and safe transportation system that provides mobility for people and goods as well as access to business and event centers. We keep Anaheim moving.

The Traffic and Transportation Division operates the $59 million investments in traffic signal and Intelligent Transportation Systems infrastructure, including our 305 traffic signals, the communications system, and changeable message signs.














Permits & Applications


Film Permits and Regulations
Filming activity in the City

Residential Parking Permits
Purchase Permits
Rules and Regulations
City Council Policy

Transportation Permits
Online Application
Printable Single-Trip Application
Printable Annual Application
Truck Route Map
Interactive Bridge Information Map Transportation Permit Conditions

Block Party(s)
Neighborhood parties that occupy all or part of a City-owned street.

Street Closure Requests
Conversion of a through-street to a cul-de-sac.

Parking Variance
Request for temporary parking or no parking, for construction and other activities.

Print out any of the above applications. They are in .pdf format. Fill them out and mail them to the address on each form. If you do not have the Acrobat Reader, you can download it here:




Contact Us

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City Hall - Second Floor
200 S. Anaheim Boulevard, Suite 276
Anaheim, CA 92805
(714) 765-5183
FAX (714) 765-4667

For Traffic Signal Problems,
CALL : (714) 765 - 5202

Jamie Lai - Traffic and Transit Manager

Doug Park - Principal Transportation Planner (Signing and Striping)

David Kennedy - Principal Traffic Engineer (Capital Projects/Detour Plans)

John Thai - Principal Traffic Engineer (Traffic Management Center)




Real Time Traffic


Road  map

District 12: Orange County Traffic INFORMATION





Safety Tips

Traffic signs

Railroad Crossings

Stop Signs & Traffic Signals

Adult Crossing Guards

Marked Crosswalks

Speed Limits & Speed Bumps

Pedestrian Signals

Pedestrian Safety




Speed Limits

Speed limit sign


Ordinance 6095 PDF version




Event Calendars & Directions


Please bookmark this page to keep yourself up-to-date for your drives through the City of Anaheim

Disneyland and California Adventure

Calendar of Events
Driving Directions

Honda Center

Calendar of Events
Driving Directions

Angel Stadium of Anaheim

Calendar of Events
Driving Directions

Anaheim Convention Center

Calendar of Events
Driving Directions




Traffic Planning


This page contains information about the plans & projects that the Division of Traffic and Transportation, along with the Orange County Transportation Authority, is working on in order to make traveling in Anaheim a better, more efficient experience.

The following documents are in an Acrobat PDF format. If you have the Acrobat Reader, you may double click on either project below to see the bid results/tabulation.

If you do not have the Acrobat Reader, you may here.

SR-91/Fairmont Boulevard Feasibility Study

What's Driving Transportation Solutions in Anaheim?
(Anaheim Magazine, Spring 2005)




Useful Links





Daily Traffic Counts

Traffic volumes represent the most recent daily volumes collected at the location, representing both directions on the street. Count data on Imperial Highway north of the Riverside Freeway and on Beach Boulevard are provided by Caltrans.

OCTA maintains a traffic flow map illustrating daily traffic volumes on the freeways and selected streets throughout the county. The map can be accessed here.

Road map

Average Daily Traffic Volume Map
Average Daily Traffic Volume Table

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