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Traffic Engineering

Traffic Signal Picture (web page) The Transportation Division, which is located in the Kenneth W. Smith Traffic Shop building at 3200 Colvin St. and 2900 Business Center Drive, provides and maintains a comprehensive City-wide traffic signal system that includes the traffic computer system linking many of the City's signaled intersections.  The Transportation Division also provides and maintains a roadway signing network and pavement marking program to guide the motoring public; maintains City parking meters and collects meter revenues; and operates the vehicle impounding facility.

Traffic Operations

Traffic and Parking Board

Vehicle Impound Facilities

Taxi Cabs

What's New?

  • Survey Available for Feedback on Traffic Issues in Taylor Run & Clover College Park Areas 
    The Department of Transportation and Environmental Services is conducting an online survey to help address the needs of the community relating to cut through traffic in the Taylor Run/Clover College Park communities and surrounding area.  The survey is directed to the residents in Taylor Run, Clover College Park, Seminary Hills and the surrounding neighborhoods.  The survey was requested by the community at the July 20 community traffic meeting, and will be posted for feedback until October, 23. 

  • Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) for Duke Street and West Taylor Run Traffic Study

  • City Held Information Session on Monday, July 20
    The Department of Transportation & Environmental Services is holding an information session regarding traffic studies performed on Duke Street at West Taylor Run on Monday, July 20 at 7 p.m. at Bishop Ireton High School,  201 Cambridge Road. The meeting will address traffic concerns raised by the Taylor Run Civic Association, share information from studies and solicit comments to discuss next steps. Meeting materials will be posted after the meeting Monday, July 20.