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
The section of Lansdowne Drive between Tates Creek Road and Brookhill Drive is scheduled to be rebuilt beginning Thursday, March 22. Road closures and traffic detours are required for this project.
Thousands of people are expected to be downtown this Saturday to attend the 39th Alltech Lexington St. Patrick's Parade & Festival and the Whitaker Bank/KHSAA Boys' Sweet Sixteen® Basketball Tournament. Be aware of road closures that may affect your travel.
The Division of Traffic Engineering will decommission traffic signals at two intersections on N. Martin Luther King Blvd. on Wednesday, December 27, weather permitting. The signals are at the intersections of East Second Street and East Fourth Street.