Traffic

Traffic operations, traffic safety, and levels-of-service are key components in evaluating public and private roadway networks and identifying areas for improvement or further study.

With ever-changing communities and expanding commercial areas, congestion and safety management are more important than ever. At LJB, we understand the importance of designing innovative solutions to relieve congestion and improve safety for both public roadways and private developments.

LJB has a thorough understanding of the elements necessary to make a successful transportation network. Our traffic engineering experience in the last 10 years has included more than 150 intersection/corridor traffic safety studies, 350 signalized intersections, 20 traffic signal systems, and 10 site impact analysis projects.

Services:

  • Corridor and safety studies
  • Traffic safety studies and reviews
  • Traffic impact studies
  • Traffic signal and signal system design
  • Traffic signal timing maintenance

 

  • Signal system operation analysis
  • Fiber-optic networks
  • Access management plans
  • Traffic data collection
  • Accident analysis

LJB Quick Facts

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Quick Fact #1 – Our traffic engineering experience in the last 10 years has included more than 150 intersection/corridor traffic safety studies, 350 signalized intersections, 20 traffic signal systems, and 10 site impact analysis projects.

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Quick Fact #2 – LJB specializes in fiber-optic interconnect design with more than 200 miles of fiber-optic cable in operation for Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS).
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Quick Fact #3 – Our team led the design of Ohio's first continuous flow intersection (CFI) for ODOT District 7 in Montgomery County.
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Quick Fact #4 – We have performed more than 20 interchange modification studies and interchange analyses, and improved more than 15 service interchanges in the past 20 years.
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Quick Fact #5 – LJB has two full time IMSA Level II certified traffic signal technicians, one IMSA Level 1 certified traffic signal technician, and three dually-licensed professional engineer (PE)/professional traffic operations engineer (PTOE).
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Quick Fact #6 – LJB was instrumental in helping create the current specifications used by ODOT for all fiber-optic installations across the state.