Sophisticated Traffic and ITS technologies are a fundamental part of transportation engineering. Our traffic systems improve the lives of every commuter, whether they drive, bike or walk, ensuring their safety and independence. Our solutions connect and coordinate traffic, enabling one of the most vital aspects of our economy safely and effectively.
The benefits to traffic systems are many. By elegantly planning and maintaining traffic infrastructure, our team reduces vehicle congestion, which leads to an increase in local air quality. Our team thrives on delivering the best possible configurations for projects. Discovering solutions, adapting our processes, and refining our daily practices keeps us on top of the race for technological advancement.
We offer a wide range of ITS and Traffic system services, including concept development, planning, design, construction management, traffic studies, Traffic Impact Analysis, and the inspection and acceptance testing of the systems. We incorporate advanced hardware, software, and communication technologies to improve the safety of transportation networks and keep urban and rural travelers mobile. Our communities trust that the roads they use will get them where they’re going—and we aim to ensure that they arrive at their destination.
- Construction Engineering and Inspection
- Feasibility Studies
- Traffic Impact Analysis
- Signal Design
- Broadband Fiber Optics
- Utility Make-Ready (UMR)
- CCTV Cameras
- Dynamic Message Signs
- Pedestrian & Bicycle Signals
- Drone Imaging and Survey
- Traffic Signal Electrical Detail Design
I-95/US 70/US 74 Broadband Infrastructure
Our team is designing fiber-optic cable routing plans, project specifications, unique design details, and fiber-optic splicing details for fiber optic communication backbone that includes approximately 181 miles along I-95, 125 miles along US-70, and 280 miles along US-74.
Summit’s Team performed field reviews of over 586 fiber miles for conceptual plans confirming the route and investigations of the connection to rest areas, weigh stations, signal systems, CCTV cameras, and dynamic message signs. We will also prepare approximately 46 railroad encroachment permits along the proposed fiber routes.