The City of Charlotte maintains a large and modern traffic signal system and has for many years used standardized materials and equipment. All materials and equipment used to maintain this system are required to be interchangeable and function with the existing infrastructure.
This solicitation is for the purchase of 8″ and 12″ LED Traffic Signal Modules. All signal modules must meet the regulations and requirements concerning traffic signal lighting in the state of North Carolina. The Charlotte Department of Transportation (CDOT) would like to establish a one-year contract with the option to renew for four (4) additional one-year terms.
The Charlotte Department of Transportation (CDOT) requires the use of traffic signal copper wire for electrical and communication cabling during the installation of loops and signals. The material is necessary for routine installation and maintenance related projects.
This solicitation is a Request for Information on the standard and best way to procure traffic signal copper wire over three years with the option to renew for two additional one-year terms.
Light Rail Train Control and Signaling Systems. The parts that are being purchased under this contract are for replacement parts and inventory stock spares required to maintain the tracks signaling system, grade crossings and train control.
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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, Traffic Loop Sealant and Pedestrian Signal Housings. All materials and equipment used to maintain this system are required to be interchangeable and function with the existing infrastructure.
The City of Charlotte has a Traffic Count Program which collects many different types of data along streets (not interstates) within the City of Charlotte limits. The City gathers intersection count data (vehicles, vehicle classification, pedestrian, and bicyclist) using City-owned cameras and video processing by a third party. Mid-block count data (speed, volume and vehicle classification data) is mainly collected with pneumatic road tubes, and sometimes with video cameras. The City collects other types of traffic data on an as-needed basis, such as: pedestrian corridor studies, vehicle occupancy studies, gap studies, etc. Generally, the City collects around 300 intersection turning movement counts and 800 mid-block counts a year.
Additionally, the Charlotte Regional Transportation Planning Organization (CRTPO) maintains the MPO Traffic Data Program which functions mainly outside of the City of Charlotte limits. This program provides member jurisdictions with needed traffic data used for the support of transportation planning and research efforts throughout the MPO planning area, which includes all of Iredell and Mecklenburg Counties and a significant portion of Union County.
The City and CRTPO seek to select one or multiple companies to collect and/or process a variety of traffic data and upload it to the City’s traffic and crash software database.
Purchase of Traffic Signal Video Detection Cameras
Purchase of APS Pushbuttons
Purchase of Traffic Management Cameras