Wolverton, as a subconsultant to Arcadis and Kimley-Horn, is part of the GDOT Regional Traffic Operations Program (RTOP). Our team includes Corridor Managers and the Maintenance Manager for RTOP 2, who supports Corridor Managers with any field task orders needed for maintenance along their corridors. We have managed $3.1 million in maintenance task order funding.
Our Corridor Managers are responsible for the management of the traffic flow and congestion along state routes in metro Atlanta. We have managed hundreds of intersections. The Corridor Managers monitor their corridors from the GDOT Traffic Management Center (TMC), the Sandy Springs Traffic Control Center (TCC), the Gwinnett TCC, in the field and in the Wolverton Remote Monitoring Lab. Intersection inventories are actively updated for all signals throughout the program to ensure that all data is current.
Coordination between project stakeholders is key as our corridors span from Gwinnett County, Cherokee County, City of Peachtree Corners, Gwinnett Village Community Improvement District (CID), Lilburn CID, the City of Woodstock, the City of Atlanta, the City of Sandy Springs, the City of Roswell and Cobb County. Reporting is also a key function as daily, weekly and monthly logs were reported to determine detector functionality, communication capabilities and length of time responding to citizen complaints. Complaints were measured against actively managed issues that were caught before any complaints were lodged.
We have played a major role in the deployment of Traffic Responsive systems on SR 9, SR 140 and SR 92, as well as handled the transition of several sections of those corridors to SCOOT traffic adaptive software. We managed the SR 9 corridor during the reconstruction of the SR 9 at I-285 bridge and managed SR 140/SR 92 during the intersection widening of that corridor with SR 9.