2018 Traffic Signal Modernization Program

General Information


Tentative Start Date: July 2018
Tentative Completion Date: September 2018
Project Manager: Matthew Lew
Contractor: Meade Electric Company
Awarded Contract Amount: $141,227.94
Funding Sources: Construction Fund

Contact Information


Public Works Department
Phone: (630) 620-5740
Email: publicworks@villageoflombard.org

Project Manager: Matthew Lew
Email: lewm@villageoflombard.org
Phone: (630) 620-5740

After Hours: Lombard Police Department
Phone: (630) 873-4400

Project Information


This Project Includes: The improvements include LED traffic signal heads, battery backup systems, pedestrian countdown timers, and pedestrian push buttons.

Project Schedule: This project is scheduled to begin in July 2018 and be completed in September 2018.

Project Limits: This project will complete or upgrade eleven intersections primarily along Westmore-Meyers Road and 22nd Street.

Detour Map: No detours are anticipated on this project.

Traffic Impact: The project will impact traffic with temporary lane closures and associated construction work. Motorists are reminded to follow traffic signage and exercise caution within the work zone.

Communications


Notify Me: Residents and businesses within construction areas are encouraged to sign up for Notify Me to receive timely updates regarding construction in their area. Sign up for Notify Me.

Newsletters & Notices: Periodically newsletters and notices are distributed to residents to keep them apprised of current and upcoming construction related events.

FAQs


How does this benefit me?
This program will continue to improve the Village traffic signal network. This is the third year of a five year program. The program will create a more resilient traffic signal network, save energy costs to the Village through energy efficient LED technologies, provide visible pedestrian improvements, and promote a sustainable project outcome.

Will my road be closed?
No road closures are anticipated.

If my driveway is inaccessible where do I park?
Driveways are not anticipated to be inaccessible.

Will my water or sewer service be affected?
Water and sewer services are not anticipated to be affected.