I-59/20 Closure Update

Posted by on Aug 27, 2019 in Sain Projects, Transportation | No Comments
I-59/20 Closure Update

Sain has been involved with the I-59/20 bridge replacement project long before the closure in January. Teaming up with the Alabama Department of Transportation in 2012, Sain aided in planning and designing for the deployment of Intelligent Transportation System devices to be installed as part of the bridge construction. Sain also provided traffic forecasting and […]

Did You Know? What To Do When a Signal Is In Flash

Did You Know? What To Do When a Signal Is In Flash

By: Jeremy Greer, P.E. Traffic signals are part of daily life for most U.S. citizens.  Traffic signals are commonly seen at roadway intersections and primarily function to assign the right-of-way to the various traffic movements.  A traffic signal uses three colors, directional arrows, and circular indications to convey certain messages to drivers.  When signals work […]

New Traffic Signal Technology Coming to Cobbs Ford Road in Prattville

New Traffic Signal Technology Coming to Cobbs Ford Road in Prattville

By: Jeff Stephenson, P.E., PTOE A project to implement new traffic signal technology for Cobbs Ford Road in Prattville is nearing completion. The project includes new traffic signal controllers and additional vehicle detectors for the nine signalized intersections along Cobbs Ford Road from Silver Hills Drive to I-65. These signals are also being connected to […]

Did You Know – Traffic Signals, Part B

Posted by on Mar 24, 2015 in Did You Know, Transportation | No Comments
Did You Know – Traffic Signals, Part B

As civil engineers and surveyors, there are many aspects of our daily jobs that are second nature to us. But we hear common questions about our field often from the public. In this “Did You Know” blog series, we’ll answer some of these questions.

Did You Know – Traffic Signals, Part A

Posted by on Mar 17, 2015 in Did You Know, Transportation | One Comment
Did You Know – Traffic Signals, Part A

As civil engineers and surveyors, there are many aspects of our daily jobs that are second nature to us. But we hear common questions about our field often from the public. In this “Did You Know” blog series, we’ll answer some of these questions.

The Importance of Properly Timed Traffic Signals

Interested in saving on fuel costs, reducing negative impacts on the environment and helping provide a more pleasant driving experience? How about cutting average travel times by as much as half?