Advanced Traffic Management System (ATMS)

Five outdated traffic signal controllers will be replaced and connected wirelessly to Clark County's Advanced Traffic Management System (ATMS).  The upgrade will mean fewer delays for motorists and more efficient use of resources.

Remote access allows a technician to diagnose potential issues from a desk and determine if the repair can be made remotely or if it needs a technician on site.  In addition, signal timing changes, if needed, can be made remotely.   

New cameras at two of the signal locations (Grace/Eaton and 5th/Main) will serve as a diagnosis tool to assist technicians in observing the intersection and signal operations, saving the time and cost of having a technician on site.  

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* Federal funds are provided through a Congestion Mitigation & Air Quality Grant.

Project Locations

Advanced Traffic Management System Project Signal Locations