Road Safety

Urban SDK and Cleburne, Texas, Join Forces for Smart City Innovation

Cleburne, Texas enlists Urban SDK to help with traffic calming and post-implementation analysis.

Cleburne, Texas enlists Urban SDK to help with traffic calming and post-implementation analysis.

Urban SDK Partners with Cleburne

Urban SDK, the nation's leading traffic management solution, is thrilled to announce its partnership with the City of Cleburne, Texas. This strategic collaboration marks a significant step forward in Cleburne's journey toward becoming a smarter, more connected community.

When members of Cleburn and Urban SDK first met, the City was researching ways to focus on quality growth, while maintaining their systems as they continue to grow and expand as a community. The city has also prioritized road safety by implementing a variety of measures, such as adding roughly 250 additional stop signs over the past 2+ years.

By using Urban SDK's traffic calming software, officials will be able to quickly champion the fruits of their labor. By seeing traffic speeds on all the roadways and layering collision maps, the city can track success while also viewing the impact their implementations has had on tangential streets.

"It was evident from the first moment we met that Cleburne would be a great partner, and vice versa," said Urban SDK AVP of Revenue Micah Dickman. "Jeremy [Hutt, Cleburne Director of Public Works] and his team are doing amazing work for the community. We feel very fortunate to help them further their commitment to road safety."

Cleburne joins the cities of Arlington, Irving, and Mansfield as Texas municipalities who have signed on with Urban SDK in the first part of 2024 to aid with their traffic calming.

About Urban SDK

Urban SDK provides State and Local Governments with a transportation system of record to monitor roadways and act more efficiently. Our software delivers speed and safety data on all local roadways, which helps officials quickly respond to public concerns, diagnose and prioritize at-risk roadways, measure the effectiveness of traffic calming initiatives, and then share their findings with citizens and councilmembers.