Traffic Engineering is responsible for the maintenance and daily operation of the city's computerized traffic control system, including first-line response for emergency signal repair.
- Issues permits to contractors and others for lane blockages, dumpster or storage container on the street and for block parties.
- Develops street lighting plans for pole replacements.
- Provides technical assistance and layout for signs and markings of new subdivision and commercial development plans.
- Parking guidelines
- Driveway guidelines
- Decorative street sign and posts guidelines
Traffic Engineering will be installing multi-way stop sign controls and stop bar pavement markings at the intersection of Beaumont Centre Circle and Beaumont Centre Lane. The work is scheduled for Tuesday, June 18, weather permitting.
A new traffic signal has been installed at the intersection of West Maxwell and Merino Street and will go into full service on May 28.
Traffic Engineering will be installing multi-way stop sign controls and pavement markings at the intersection of Copper Run Blvd and Copperfield Drive. The work is scheduled for Wednesday, May 22, weather permitting.