About The Program
SPC's Regional Traffic Signal Program provides technical assistance to municipalities as well as potential funding to assist in upgrading signal systems in the region. This effort is identified as a high priority in both Mapping The Future: The Southwestern PA Plan and in the Southwestern Pennsylvania Regional Operations Plan. The overall benefits of the program can be summarized in the benefit:cost ratio 64:1 for the program's first two cycles; for every dollar of public money invested in the program, the traveling public and the surrounding communities realize $64 of benefits in reduced fuel usage, delay, and emissions.
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Improved traffic signal maintenance, coordination, and technology upgrades have been identified as high priorities in the SPC region. This is because traffic signal systems have been shown to provide some of the highest returns on investment of any transportation infrastructure projects. In Pennsylvania, traffic signals are permitted by PennDOT, but are maintained and operated by local municipalities. Therefore, regional coordination and multi-municipal cooperation are key to addressing this issue. SPC, through its Transportation Operations & Safety Committee, has taken on a leading role in the development of a regional traffic signal program for Southwestern Pennsylvania.
This section of the SPC website serves as one tool in the management of traffic signal systems in Southwestern Pennsylvania by providing a clearinghouse for signal-related information and resources.
Municipal Signal Management Assets
If there are additional materials you would like to see added to this site, please contact Domenic D’Andrea at (412) 391-5590 x341 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Recent Municipal Maintenance Agreement and Cost Information
Signal Program Recent Activities Video
Dom D'Andrea talks about SPC's Regional Traffic Signal Program
3rd Cycle of the Regional Traffic Signal Program
Construction phase has been completed for:
- Slippery Rock Borough-State Route (SR) 108 New Castle/Franklin Streets
- Cranberry Township-SR 3022/Rochester Road (Butler County)
- Cranberry/Adams/Seven Fields-SR 228/Freedom Road (Butler County)
WPXI clip here
- Cranberry/Marshall Twps.-SR 19 (Butler and Allegheny County)
- North Huntingdon Township-SR 30 (Westmoreland County)
- City of Washington-SR 18/Main Street (Washington County)
Final design has been completed and construction has commenced on:
- City of McKeesport-SR 148/Walnut Street (Allegheny County)
- Bethel Park/Upper St. Clair-SR 3004/McMurray Road (Allegheny County)
- Brentwood Borough-Brownsville Road (Allegheny County)
- Green Tree Borough-SR 121/Greentree Road (Allegheny County)
- Ambridge Borough-SR 65/Merchant Street/Duss Street (Beaver County)
- Midland Borough-SR 68 (Beaver County)
- Ellwood City Borough-SR 288/Fountain Avenue (Lawrence County)
- City of Butler/Butler Township-SR 356 (Butler County)
Preliminary engineering phase has commenced on the Liberty Avenue SINC-UP project (downtown Pittsburgh).
4th Cycle of the Regional Traffic Signal Program
SPC staff launched the 4th cycle of this program with a Call for Projects and preparation of draft project agreements. Preliminary engineering activities will commence in 2019.
For questions about Regional Traffic Signal Initiatives, contact Domenic D’Andrea at (412) 391-5590 x341 or e-mail email@example.com.
A light-emitting diode (LED) is a semiconductor device that uses solid-state electronics to create light. The packaging of these diodes for use in traffic signals is a technology that has become more prevalent due to its distinct advantages over incandescent lights such as:
- Savings of 80-90% in annual energy costs
- Improved visibility
- Savings of maintenance costs (LED bulbs last 5-7 times longer)
- Savings of 65-70% in total costs over a 5 year period
Programs & Funding
Stories Of LED Success
For more information about Traffic Signals, Domenic D’Andrea at (412) 391-5590 x341 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
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