The Arizona DOT installed a freeway management system to control and monitor traffic on an 7.5-mile section of Loop 101 in the area of Scottsdale/Phoenix for approximately $1.6 million (2009).

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Phoenix; Arizona; United States

Summary Information

The proposed work located on Loop 101 in Maricopa County extended from SR 51 to Princess Drive within the Cities of Phoenix and Scottsdale. The work consisted of expanding the existing Freeway Management System (FMS) through the addition of ramp meters, dynamic message signs (DMS), closed circuit television (CCTV) cameras, traffic count stations, fiber optic cable, and by adding the associated communications system.

The winning bid for this project was $1,584,807 (2009).

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Arizona DOT Intermodal Transportation Division Contracts and Specifications Section: Tabulation of Bids - Bid Results for 2008106

Author: Murphy, Richard

Published By: Arizona DOT

Source Date: 01/27/2010

System Cost

7.5-mile FMS: $1,584,807 (2009).


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ramp meters, DMS, CMS, VMS, Changeable Message Signs, Variable Message Signs, CCTV, closed circuit television cameras, road monitoring, sensors, vehicle detector, traffic detection, traffic monitoring, congestion monitoring

Cost ID: 2012-00250