Irving Boulevard Traffic Calming & Pedestrian Safety Study

City Councilor Cynthia D. Borrego has funded a traffic calming and pedestrian study for Irving Blvd from La Paz Dr NW/Pyrenees Ct NW to Rio Los Pinos Dr NW.


Bohannan Huston Engineering has been contracted for an Irving Boulevard Traffic Calming and Pedestrian Improvements study for Irving Blvd. from Rio Los Piños Dr. NW west to the intersection of La Paz Dr. NW/Pyrenees. Many residents uniquely front directly onto Irving Blvd. in the area and have continuously advocated for traffic calming, safety, and multi-modal amenities. 

The study will assess and make recommendations for traffic calming, pedestrian and bicycle improvements on Irving that could include reducing lane widths, constructing traffic circles or roundabouts, expanding bike lanes, installing medians, sidewalks and/or a multi-use trail, and other potential measures to help improve the quality of life for residents who reside along Irving Blvd. Paid for with Council District 5 set-aside GO Bond funds, the cost of the study is $45,000. 

A virtual public meeting to discuss the Irving Blvd. Traffic Calming and Pedestrian Improvements study is scheduled for Tuesday, October 12 at 6:00 pm. Options for traffic calming and pedestrian improvements for the area will be presented and public input welcomed. Join the meeting online at 

Please submit questions and comments to Diane Dolan, Council Special Projects Analyst at [email protected]

Public Meetings

  • Tuesday, October 12, 2021 at 6:00 PM via Zoom, view the presentation slides and watch the recording below:

We are also offering the opportunity for public input outside of public meetings.  If you have questions, comments, or other input, please contact: Diane Dolan, 505-768-3186, [email protected]

Project Contact

Diane Dolan, Council Special Projects Analyst, [email protected], 505-768-3186