OCTA Aliso Creek Road Regional Traffic Signal Synchronization

Location Orange County, California

Client Orange County Transportation Authority (OCTA)

  • Intelligent Transportation Systems
  • Signal Synchronization

The project will improve traffic flow along Aliso Viejo’s longest and busiest street.

Our engineers are working with OCTA to improve and enhance signal timing, synchronization, and coordinated operations for all signalized intersections on the Aliso Creek Road Corridor. The project corridor is approximately five miles long and contains 23 signalized intersections. The scope of work includes data collection, system design, and construction/ integration of communication infrastructure and equipment throughout the corridor. “Before” and “after” studies will be conducted to measure the implemented improvements and our team will monitor and provide additional fine-tuning over a 2-year period.

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