City Wide Traffic Signal Projects

City of Middleburg Heights, City Wide Signal Upgrade Project CUY-42-5.46 (PID 12728)
This project was the modernization and coordination of traffic signals at 39 intersections along the corridors of Pearl Road (US 42), Engle Road (SR 291), Bagley Road (CR 27), Smith Road (CR 64), and other various locations. The project included the upgrade of traffic signal hardware including vehicular signal heads, mast arm signal supports, pedestrian signals, traffic controllers, vehicular and pedestrian detectors and emergency vehicle preemption.

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City of New Philadelphia, City Wide Signal Upgrade Project Phase 2
The project includes the upgrade of six signalized intersections not upgraded under phase 1. The signals were interconnected using a spread-spectrum radio system in order to achieve coordinated timing between signals and to provide efficient traffic flows and reduce congestion. An on-street master computer was utilized to provide traffic responsive operation which measures traffic volumes, congestion and speeds and makes automatic commands to implement signal timing.

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City of Westlake, City Wide Signal Upgrade Project CUY-20-0.00 (PID 14892)
This project is the modernization and coordination of traffic signals at 41 intersections along the corridors of Center Ridge Road (US 20), Columbia Road (SR 252), Detroit Road (SR 254), Clague Road (CR 52), Center Ridge Road (CR 58), Hilliard Boulevard (CR 69) and other various locations.

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City of Parma Heights, City Wide Signal Upgrade Project CUY-42-8.83 (PID 12789)
This project was the modernization and coordination of traffic signals at 26 intersections along the corridors of Pearl Road (US 42), York Road (CR 46), Snow Road (CR 254)/Stumph Road (CR 266), Ridgewood Drive (CR 65), and other various locations. The project included the upgrade of traffic signal hardware including vehicular signal heads, mast arm signal supports, pedestrian signals, traffic controllers, vehicular and pedestrian detectors and emergency vehicle preemption. The project also included the installation of a “closed loop” traffic responsive computer system and hard wire communication cable. A 6 pair shielded copper cable was specified for communication between master and local controllers.

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City of Strongsville, City Wide Signal Upgrade Project CUY-42-0.00 (PID 14943)
This project was the modernization and coordination of traffic signals at 31 intersections along the corridors of Pearl Road (US 42), Royalton Road (SR 82), and other various locations. The project included the upgrade of traffic signal hardware including vehicular signal heads, mast arm signal supports, pedestrian signals, traffic controllers, vehicular and pedestrian detectors and emergency vehicle preemption. The project also included the installation of a “closed loop” traffic responsive computer system and hard wire communication cable. A 6 pair shielded copper cable was specified for communication between master and local controllers.

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