Traffic Management

This business center includes transportation development review, traffic modeling and data functions, concurrency reservations (sanitary sewer, solid waste, potable water, schools and traffic), traffic engineering and design, regional Traffic Management Center operations, and maintenance for all traffic control devices in the county. These functions are conducted through the following divisions; Transportation Planning, Traffic Design, Traffic Management Center (TMC), and Traffic Operations.

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Traffic Engineering

Traffic Engineering

Traffic Engineering designs and reviews of traffic plans for intersections, signing and marking, signals and traffic calming. The division is also responsible for traffic signal timing, traffic signal controller maintenance and communication.

Division staffers collect and analyze traffic data (crash histories, traffic volume counts etc.), and they conduct traffic studies. This division also represents the County's interest in the Advanced Traffic Management System (ATMS) projects which will incorporate most of the County's traffic signals into the Traffic Management Center (TMC). read on Traffic Engineering

Traffic Operations

Traffic Operations

Traffic Operations is responsible for sign installation and maintenance, pavement marking, and construction and maintenance of traffic signals at more than 213 State and County intersections, along with over 2,700 street lights within the County road system. read on Traffic Operations

Transportation Planning

Transportation Planning

Transportation Planning is responsible for the analysis and development of the County's thoroughfare roadway system, review of all development proposals regarding transportation-related issues, management of the County's transportation concurrency tracking system, and development of the County's transportation modeling network. read on Transportation Planning