Brookhaven, GA, September 17, 2015 – The Post Reports – The City of Brookhaven has issued a Request for Qualifications (RFQ) to identify vendors qualified to work on an Ashford Dunwoody and Dresden Drive corridor Intelligent Traffic System (ITS) Expansion project.
The project consists of traffic signal and ITS system upgrades and installation to approximately thirteen (13) traffic signals on the following two corridors:
- Ashford Dunwoody Road from Perimeter Summit Blvd to Peachtree Road
- Dresden Drive from Apple Valley Road to Clairmont Road
The City describes the upgrades as including upgrades of traffic signals, pedestrian improvements, installation of fiber optic or equivalent communications, CCTV surveillance, and corridor system vehicle detection. It is anticipated that all work will be constructed within the existing state or city Rights of Way.
According to the City, Federal funds have been granted to aid in design and construction.