CALDECOTT TUNNEL, CALIFORNIA
State-of-the-art fire and life safety systems in the tunnel allow trained professionals to monitor and respond to threats inside the tunnel, including detecting and suppressing fires and other hazards, and providing real-time information to help motorists safely exit in an emergency through Traffic Management Software. These systems are monitored and controlled at the new Operations and Maintenance Control (OMC) building outside the tunnel powered by Telegra’s topXview™ Traffic Management software.
WASHINGTON DOT ATMS
Washington DOT Advanced Traffic Management System (ATMS) design build project includes 3 different roads in Seattle - Interstate 5, Interstate 90 and SR 520. ATMS implementation project included installation of around 300 Dynamic Message Signs (DMS) with modular sign controllers. This project establishes a new era in congestion management by utilizing the latest Advanced Traffic Management (ATM) techniques as supported by the Federal Highway Administration. Even more, implemented ATMS helps to improve safety and reduce collisions as well. Total of 302 Dynamic Message Signs with modular sign controllers were delivered and installed. Out of those 302, 222 are Lane Control Signs (LCS), 55 Side‐mounted message signs, 21 small walk‐in VMSes and 4 big walk‐in VMSes. This entire effort was part of Washington DOT’s new and innovative Smarter Highways project.
THE I-80 INTEGRATED CORRIDOR MOBILITY IN ALAMEDA COUNTY
The I-80 corridor is one of the most congested in the San Francisco Bay Area, with traffic volumes reaching 290.000 vehicles per day and an average of 7.500 hours of daily traffic delays. However, innovative high-tech solutions to improve highway and transit efficiency throughout the corridor are on the way. Telegra has delivered 129 full matrix full color Dynamic Message Signs and 110 NTCIP sign controllers. The system was commissioned in 2015.
SR520 EVERGREEN POINT FLOATING BRIDGE, WASHINGTON
The Evergreen Point Floating Bridge, is a floating bridge in the U.S. state of Washington that carries State Route 520 across Lake Washington from the Montlake/Union Bay district of Seattle to Medina.
The bridge's total length is approximately 4,750 meters (15,580 ft.). Its 2,310 meters (7,580 ft.) floating section is the longest floating bridge in the world.
Telegra has delivered Dynamic Message Sign system for the bridge consisting of 3 amber Walk-in Displays, 34 full color, full matrix NextGen Lane Control Signs and Side Mounted Dynamic Message Signs and 8 amber Toll Rate Signs together with their 9 NTCIP sign controllers. The system has recently finished WS DOT shop testing and is currently being installed on-site.
MIDTOWN TUNNEL, PORTSMOUTH, VA
In 2014 Telegra started this project that is still in progress and will end with the delivery of 55 NextGen Dynamic Message Signs with NTCIP controllers.
SAULT ST. MARIE BORDER STATION
The project included delivery of NTCIP fully programmable amber Dynamic Message Signs and control center software. Equipment was installed in Michigan border crossing between US and Canada.
DMS FOR HARRIS COUNTY
Telegra has delivered 20 RGB Full Matrix Dynamic Message Signs (Variable Message Signs) to Texas Department of Transportation (Harris County) for managing traffic of two intersections that lies on the outskirts of Houston (West little York Road at Eldridge Parkway and Kuykendahl Road at Louetta Road). These DMSs replace existing traffic lights with main function to operate as Lane Control Signs and to inform travelers about traffic issues ahead. Project is in progress...
Telegra has also delivered Dynamic Message Signs (Variable Message Signs) for Virginia DOT, VA; Port of Los Angeles and Port of Long Beach, CA; New Jersey Transportation Authority, NJ and Jacksonville Aviation Authority, FL.