Transportation Engineering

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.

Page updated on May 5, 2016 at 12:27 PM

Traffic Signal Picture (web page)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


Duke Street and West Taylor Run Parkway Project

The City is working with the Clover/Taylor Run community to develop solutions to traffic problems at the intersection of Duke Street and West Taylor Run Parkway and the surrounding neighborhoods.  City staff has met with the community, analyzed traffic, hired a consultant and conducted an online survey.  

What’s New?

The 25 mph speed limit on Seminary road and N. Quaker lane will be on the January docket for Traffic and Parking Board meeting which is rescheduled to be at 7:30 pm on 02/01/2016 due to weather. The meeting will be held in City Hall - 2nd floor, Council Chamber room.

A third community meeting is scheduled for 7:00 p.m. on December 7th at Bishop Ireton High School. The purpose of the meeting is to discuss the results of the survey and seek input on next steps. The agenda for the meeting can be found here. The presentation of the meeting can be found here


Project Background:
The Clover/Taylor Run community contacted the City early in 2015 about the large volume of commuter traffic cutting through the neighborhood.  A meeting was held on April 8, 2015 to discuss issues and brainstorm potential solutions.  Staff collected traffic data and analyzed the most promising solutions and then hired an independent consulting firm to peer review the work. The results of the analysis were presented at a community meeting held on July 20, 2015. The outcome of the meeting was to conduct a community survey to capture more information. A surveywhich is one of the public outreach tools the City uses to gauge opinion about a project, was conducted from October 2 to October 23, 2015, with over 500 responses.  The survey is now closed. Frequently asked questions about the survey can be found here.  Results from the survey can be found here.  

 

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