Traffic Division Manager Brian Finley and PM Rick Brumm submitted the winning bid for a $7.82 million dollar commuter enhancement in San Mateo County. The San Mateo County Smart Corridor, an Intelligent Transportation System (ITS) designed to improve mobility along the Highway 101 corridor in San Mateo County.
The Project enables the project stakeholders (Caltrans, cities, and The County) to implement traffic management strategies through the deployment of ITS elements along state routes and major local streets. “Drivers will benefit from this innovative use of technology,” said Rich Napier, Executive Director of the City/County Association of Governments of San Mateo County. “When a traffic incident occurs, motorists will be provided with real-time information to help them choose whether to remain on the highway, choose a detour, or travel to the nearest public transit station.”
Acting as GC, our Traffic Division will manage the installation of underground conduit systems, security cameras, directional signage, traffic signal modifications, vehicle detection systems, fiber hubs and will be pulling over 120,000 LF of fiber optic cable along 19 miles of the El Camino Real. Three of WBE’s other Divisions, WBE Security, WBE Telcom and WBE Network, will help integrate the project by installing all of the low voltage, security and network components.