Traffic Calming

Urban SDK Partners with Westminster, Colorado to Advance Traffic Calming and Vision Zero Initiatives

The partnership with Urban SDK will support Westminster's Vision Zero efforts.

The partnership with Urban SDK will support Westminster's Vision Zero efforts.

Urban SDK Partners With Westminster

Urban SDK, the leading traffic management solution, is proud to announce its partnership with the City of Westminster, Colorado. This strategic collaboration marks a significant step forward in Westminster's commitment to prioritizing traffic calming measures and advancing its Vision Zero goals.

Westminster adopted the Vision Zero pledge early in 2021, and has since shown an increasing commitment to curbing the nation's road safety epidemic. By utilizing Urban SDK's traffic calming software, officials will be able to track the success of their safety implementations.

"We love having Westminster as part of our traffic calming program," said Urban SDK AVP of Revenue Micah Dickman. "Vision Zero doesn't happen without ingenuity and hard work, and we're very pleased assist [Transportation Operations Coordinator] Ricky [Martinez] in keeping the roadways safe for all users."

Urban SDK delivers traffic speeds on all local roads, along with the ability to layer crash maps on top of those speeds. By viewing high rates of speeds and pinpointing high-incident networks, Westminster officials can coordinate efforts on where to implement calming measures. Moreover, instant access to speed data gives officials the ability to quickly address citizen concerns about speeding and road safety.

Westminster joins a growing number of customers in Colorado, including the cities of Brighton and Littleton, and Larimer County. Urban SDK was also named a winner of the Colorado Smart Cities Challenge in 2022.

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.