The City's Transportation Engineering Section is responsible for the analysis of traffic delays, coordination and review of traffic impact studies, investigation of requests related to traffic calming (speeding, signage requests, parking restrictions, etc), design and review of traffic circulation facilities, maintenance of traffic volume data, coordination of long-range transportation planning projects, maintenance of the City’s Thoroughfare Classification Map and managing the City's traffic signal and street light maintenance contractors.
Traffic Count Data
The City's Traffic Engineering Section utilizes a RADAR-based traffic counting device to discretely measure the average daily traffic (ADT) volume on select roadways. This traffic volume data is stored in the City's Geographic Information System (GIS).
Thoroughfare Classification Thoroughfare Classification MapThe City's Transportation Engineering Section maintains a map of the City’s transportation infrastructure that displays each roadway according to its functional classification. Roadways are classified according to their traffic volume, speed, and type of adjacent development. There are six main classifications of roadways identified by the City:
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