The mission of the Waynesboro Transportation Safety Commission is to consider pedestrian, vehicular and bicycle transportation issues as they relate to the safety and enjoyment of the citizens of Waynesboro and to consider development-related transportation issues as they affect the level of service of the larger arterial system. This Commission meets on an average of four (4) times per year to recommend to the City Council and/or the Police Chief and Public Works Director various means for improving traffic safety and circulation. The Committee routinely makes recommendations on such things as placement of stop signs, limits on parking, speed limits, etc.
Meetings: Third Monday of January, April, July and October at 5:15 p.m. in the Public Works Administration Building, 941 Fir Street, Waynesboro. Interim meetings held as needed.
The members serve four-year terms, with a limit of two and a half full consecutive terms per ordinance number 2000-7.