Collection of Household Travel Diary and supplement with passive data.
The City of Charlotte maintains a large and modern traffic signal system and has for many years used standardized materials and equipment. This system is complex and requires dedicated maintenance and oversight management to ensure that it functions as necessary. This solicitation is being issued to establish contracts for the purchase of Blank Out Signs. All materials and equipment used to maintain this system are required to be interchangeable and function with the existing infrastructure.
This project will install approximately 2.1 miles of 24 count single‐mode fiber optic cable installed in new directionally bored, hand dug and trenched conduit, existing conduit and aerial attachments to poles. This project includes entrances and interconnect equipment for eight existing traffic control cabinets and the installation of six traffic management cameras. The project limits are S Tryon Street beginning at West Boulevard to Clanton Road and then along Clanton Road to Barringer Drive. This project also includes fiber splicing, testing, Ethernet equipment communications, traffic management cameras and equipment and other related activities.
The Charlotte Department of Transportation (CDOT) uses liquid asphalt in the repair and construction of asphalt streets, including pavements, potholes, utility patches, and street paving. CDOT requires a local pickup facility within Mecklenburg County due to material storage requirements. Local pickup provides the flexibility to secure small and large quantities of material as needed.
The City of Charlotte requires Sodium Chloride Salt for deicing of City streets and roads, and as a preventative measure for any anticipated snowy or icy street conditions. This solicitation is to provide bulk tonnage delivery of Sodium Chloride Salt that has been treated with anti-caking agent to the addresses specified by Charlotte Department of Transportation (CDOT).
Automated Traffic Signal Performance Measures shows real-time and a history of performance at signalized intersections. The various measures will evaluate the quality of progression of traffic along the corridor, and displays any unused green time that may be available from various movements. This information informs CDOT of vehicle and pedestrian detector malfunctions, measures vehicle delay and lets us know volumes, speeds and travel time of vehicles. The measures are used to optimize mobility and manage traffic signal timing and maintenance to reduce congestion, save fuel costs and improve safety. Currently, the City has a 200 intersection pilot studying how performance measures can assist us in proactively monitoring our traffic signals. This project would be to identify the software solution the City will use Citywide and install.
The City operates and maintains 775 traffic signals throughout the City of Charlotte and ensures preventative maintenance is performed on all traffic signals every 12 to 18 months. The contracts will provide preventative maintenance of traffic signals for all traffic signals in the City. Preventative maintenance work includes testing and confirming correct operation of all components and cleaning of pedestrian and traffic signal lenses.
Ready mix concrete is used in the maintenance, repair and installation of sidewalks, curbs and gutters, driveways, traffic signal cabinet foundations, pedestrian signal foundations, and accessible ramps. This is to provide delivery of Ready Mix Concrete w/Portland Cement to the Charlotte Department of Transportation (CDOT), Street Maintenance Division (SMD). All materials provided are to be either delivered by the successful bidder to specified job sites, or picked up at the successful bidders plant, by city-owned vehicles.
The Charlotte Department of Transportation (CDOT) Street Maintenance Division (SMD) is responsible for the maintenance of more than 2,200 miles of sidewalk and more than 7,000 accessible ramps within the City of Charlotte. The scope of this work consists of the removal of concrete tripping hazards from sidewalks, curb ramps, and concrete curbing that the City agents have identified. All work produced must be compliant with the American with Disabilities Act (ADA) requirements for slope and Occupational Safety and Health Administration requirement for traction. The company will be responsible for all traffic control in accordance with the most recent Work Area Traffic Control Handbook (WATCH). Any debris resulting form the removal of trip hazards must be removed in a legal manner.