The City’s Transportation Master Plan, adopted by City Council in 2009, identifies and prioritizes projects for inclusion into the City’s Capital Improvement Program based upon the degree of need, benefit/cost, project complexity, and implementation responsibility.
An Adaptive Traffic System (ATS) is a traffic signal system that responds in real-time to changes in traffic patterns. Adaptive traffic control systems are the latest generation of signalized intersection control. These systems are designed to overcome the limitations of pre-timed and pattern matching based control by responding to changes in traffic flow on a continuous basis and adjusting signal timings in accordance with fluctuations in traffic demand. This will improve traffic flow, reduce delays, provide shorter queues, and decreased travel times.
City Council approved a Work Order to Vanasse Hangen Brustlin, Inc. (VHB) in the amount of $49,240 on May 18, 2015 for design of the ATS. VHB is a Continuing Consultant for the City of Oviedo and was selected by City Council via a competitive RFQ process awarded on April 7,2014, Resolution No. 2809-14.
Construction / implementation was authorized by City Council on April 4, 2016, Resolution No. 3168-16. Rhythm Engineering will construct the project under an existing Piggyback Agreement. The project will be completed within 120 days from the issuance of the Purchase Order and Notice to Proceed.
A work order in the amount of $45,368 was approved by City Council on May 2, 2016, Resolution No. 3193-16, so that this project can proceed.
The project manager is Alexis Stewart.
If you would like additional information for this project, please contact the Public Works Department at (407) 971-5681.