The Traffic Signal Subcommittee is a forum of the region’s traffic signal engineers, managers, and technicians to discuss issues of common concern and to identify and undertake projects that improve the operation and coordination of the region’s traffic signals.
The signal subcommittee holds a regional signal forum that attracts over 200 people from across the region and neighboring states - there have been 10 such forums dating back to 2004.
Meetings are held on an as-needed basis - usually two to three times a year.
Purpose and Mission
- To promote regional cooperation and collaboration among state and local agencies towards maximizing traffic signal operations for safety and efficiency.
The committee consists of traffic signal engineers/managers/technicians from each of the regional jurisdictions, State Highway Administration (SHA) and Federal Highway Administration (FHWA). The committee also includes representatives from several local consulting firms and signal equipment vendors.