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Re: “State engineer files complaint against group that challenged traffic study

One alternative solution here is to install the underground traffic signal equipment now as part of the widening project, with the anticipation that at some point in the future the signals will be warranted. This will save on costs for trenching or boring conduit, installing loop detection, etc. which may require rework of the new roadway pavement in the near future, and also indicate to the community that you are serious about the potential for future signals.

While a signal should only be installed if it meets one of the warrants under existing conditions (the warrants include provisions for pedestrians and crashes), infrastructure certainly can be built if projected future volumes or conditions indicate that a signal is likely in the near future.

Posted by Out of State Traffic PE on 03/04/2011 at 11:29 AM

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