In August 2017, the Miami-Dade County Department of Transportation and Public Works (DTPW) will begin installing 300 adaptive traffic signals throughout the County to ease traffic flow and improve mobility.
Recently, the Miami-Dade County Board of County Commissioners unanimously approved a Resolution to award a contract to Econolite Control Products, Inc., to provide the 300 adaptive ‘smart’ signal traffic controllers, as well as the supporting hardware, software, and associated services required to expand the County’s traffic mobility management program.
The signals will be installed along 10 corridors, which include:
- NW 183rd Street – from Red Road to
- NW 79th Avenue NW 163rd Street – from U.S.1 to NE 10th Avenue
- Indian Creek Drive – between 63rd and 81st streets
- Biscayne Boulevard – from NW 11th Terrace to NE 82nd Street
- West Flagler Street – from Le Jeune Road to Milam Dairy Road
- Le Jeune Road – between SW Eighth Street and NW 14th Street
- SW 27th Avenue – between West Flagler and NW 20th streets
- SW 88th Street – between U.S. 1 and Krome Avenue
- U.S.1 – between SW 16th and SW 98th avenues
- U.S. 1 – between SW 104th and 195th streets (including the South Dade Transitway)