Signal Warrant Study of CR 389

> Signal Warrant Study of CR 389

Signal Warrant Study of CR 389

Client: Bay County BOCC
Location: Tallahassee, FL
Service: Transportation & Mobility

Contact Staff: Mark T. Llewellyn Sr., P.E.
 

A. Turning Movement Count (TMC)
One (1) 16-Hour TMC will be conducted on a weekday (Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday) at the intersection of CR389, E 26th St., and E 39th St. The count timeframe will be from 6:00 AM to 10:00 PM, uninterrupted. The data will be collected via digital video and will include time and date stamp. The video will be made available via a flash drive upon request. The video data will be reviewed, and notes will be provided indicating any atypical activity or movements which will be included as a part of the deliverable (if applicable). The TMC will include a designation for cars, trucks, and pedestrians. The data will be displayed and tabulated in a 15-minute incremental format throughout the 16 hours, summarized by hour and by day. The data collection report for each intersection will also include a morning, mid-day, and PM peak hour breakdown.

B. Signal Warranty Study 
Genesis Halff will
conduct an existing condition Signal Warrant Study for the existing 2-way stop controlled intersection. The study will utilize The Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD) which provides methodology covering nine (9) Signal Warrants. Genesis Halff will evaluate the warrants deemed necessary, considering the existing site conditions and available TMC data. The Signal Warrant Study will be provided to the client in report format.

C. Project Coordination
Genesis Hallf will coordinate with teh client for the completion of the project. This taslk includes project coordination meetings, progress reporting, and contract maintenance. The scope of services includes one (1) field visit with the client if necessary.

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Signal Warrant Study of CR 389


Tallahassee, FL

Client:

Bay County BOCC

Location:

Tallahassee, FL

Signal Warrant Study of CR 389

A. Turning Movement Count (TMC)
One (1) 16-Hour TMC will be conducted on a weekday (Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday) at the intersection of CR389, E 26th St., and E 39th St. The count timeframe will be from 6:00 AM to 10:00 PM, uninterrupted. The data will be collected via digital video and will include time and date stamp. The video will be made available via a flash drive upon request. The video data will be reviewed, and notes will be provided indicating any atypical activity or movements which will be included as a part of the deliverable (if applicable). The TMC will include a designation for cars, trucks, and pedestrians. The data will be displayed and tabulated in a 15-minute incremental format throughout the 16 hours, summarized by hour and by day. The data collection report for each intersection will also include a morning, mid-day, and PM peak hour breakdown.

B. Signal Warranty Study 
Genesis Halff will
conduct an existing condition Signal Warrant Study for the existing 2-way stop controlled intersection. The study will utilize The Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD) which provides methodology covering nine (9) Signal Warrants. Genesis Halff will evaluate the warrants deemed necessary, considering the existing site conditions and available TMC data. The Signal Warrant Study will be provided to the client in report format.

C. Project Coordination
Genesis Hallf will coordinate with teh client for the completion of the project. This taslk includes project coordination meetings, progress reporting, and contract maintenance. The scope of services includes one (1) field visit with the client if necessary.