The Transportation Division plans, engineers and manages the City's transportation network.
The Transportation Division is responsible for:
- Planning, Engineering and Management of the city's transportation network
- Traffic Engineering
- Transportation Planning
- Traffic control devices (such a traffic signals and signs)
- Street lights
- Wireless Communication Deployment
- Traffic Calming
- Parking programs
- Pedestrian and Bicycle projects
- Reviewing transportation impacts related to new development projects
HAWK: high-intensity, activated cross walk
The City of Hayward will be installing its first HAWK cross walk at Blanche Street and Mission Boulevard. For more information about the HAWK and what to do if you are a diver or pedestrian in this area, click below.
Answers to most common questions can be found on our Frequently Asked Questions page below. If our site does not address your question, feel free to either come into our office or give us a call during business hours. We'd be happy to assist you.
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City of Hayward Interim Traffic Study Guidelines
This document is intended to serve as a general guide to aid in the preparation of traffic studies for projects located in the City of Hayward. The information contained in this document provides an overview of what is generally required by the City of Hayward for traffic studies. City staff may revise, modify or add requirements depending on the project, its location, or other factors.