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Alameda Adaptive Signal Project, Phase 2

An adaptive signal control system is a designated set of traffic signals that effectively communicate with each other to improve overall traffic flow along a respective corridor. The traffic signals adapt to the traffic flow, reducing the frequency of red lights when traffic volume is high.

The county previously installed video detection cameras and the program software for the adaptive signal control system at seven major intersections along Alameda Boulevard between Loretta Drive and Second Street. The signals at the intersection of Second Street,  Fourth Street, Guadalupe Trail northbound, Guadalupe Trail southbound, Thomas, Rio Grande Boulevard south, and Loretta are the ones included in this adaptive signal control system.

This second phase of the project will extend the system on Alameda Boulevard from Coors Road to Cottonwood Drive. Four new intersections will be served.

After the installation, testing and inspection phases, the system will be fully activated and operational.

This phase is federally funded.

Project Map:

PDF map of Alameda Adaptive Signal Project Phase 2 

General Project Information:

Status | Construction
NTP | July 10, 2017
Project Engineer | Rodrigo Eichwald
Design Consultant | Parametrix
Contractor | MWI, Inc.
Construction Cost | $376,313
Duration | 60 days
Percent Complete | 85%

Project Contact Information:

Rodrigo L. Eichwald, P.E.
(505) 848-1574
rleichwald@bernco.gov

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