The City is seeking bids from qualified vendors to install traffic signs within the city limits. This request for proposals is to select a qualified vendor for the installation of street signs. It is the City’s objective to select multiple vendors based on the request for proposals for a three-year contract. The contract will have fixed pricing with possible annual price increases.
The installation of traffic signs will follow methods that are set in the 2018 NCDOT Standard Specification 900, 903, & 904.
While the City is flexible with respect to certain elements of the Traffic Sign Installation Services, the City has specific requirements and preferences for the Service delivery method.
This project will widen the two lane road to a four lane median divided road with multi- use paths between Steele Creek Rd and Whitehall Park Dr., and a multi-use path north along Sandy Porter Rd. to the subdivision at Williams Glenn Rd.
This project will construct a bridge over I-85 to directly connect Doug Mayes Place and Louis Rose Place. This will relieve congestion a the WT Harris Blvd/ I-85 and Mallard Creek Church Rd/ I-85 interchanges.
Improves Monroe Rd between North Wendover Rd and Eaton Rd to create a more pedestrian-oriented corridor and installs a pedestrian hybrid beacon in front of Time Out Youth Center.
This project will improve the Idlewild Road and Monroe Road intersection to enhance conditions for all users. Improvements will include pavement widening to accommodate dual left turn lanes at all intersection approaches, bike lanes or multi-use paths, pedestrian refuge islands, and new sidewalks.
Provide on-call construction services for Vision Zero projects including, but not limited to the following:
- Pedestrian improvements ranging from pedestrian refuges to full signal design,
- Safe Routes to School improvements,
- Sidewalk gap and bus stop improvements on thoroughfares.
This project will install approximately 2.5 miles of 72 count single-mode fiber optic cable installed in mostly existing conduit. There are also small portions of new directionally bored, hand-dug, and trenched conduit. This project includes entrances and communications equipment for six existing traffic signal control cabinets and the installation of seven traffic management cameras. The project limits are North Graham Street beginning at West Sugar Creek Road to Mallard Creek Road to West WT Harris Boulevard. This project includes fiber optic cable splicing, testing, Ethernet equipment communications, and traffic management cameras and equipment.
This project will install approximately 1.53 miles of 36 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 four existing traffic control cabinets and the installation of four traffic management cameras. The project limits are East Boulevard beginning at Queens Road West to Euclid Avenue. This project also includes fiber splicing, testing, Ethernet equipment communications, and traffic management cameras and equipment.
Design replacement system for 7th St Reversible Lane System