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
Alternating lane closures will be in effect for a portion of Richmond Road/East Main Street today and Tuesday, August 8. The temporary closures, between Holiday Road/Chinoe Road and Midland Avenue/US 60 are necessary for preliminary work to take place in preparation of roadway resurfacing.
The city’s Division of Traffic Engineering will begin decommissioning the traffic signal at North Upper and West Fifth and the signal at North Upper and West Sixth about 10 a.m. on Wednesday, Aug. 2, weather permitting.
Eight streets just outside the downtown business area will be closed for milling and paving work starting Wednesday, July 26, weather permitting. The road restoration work is a part of the UK Trunk A Sewer Project being managed by the city’s Division of Water Quality.