The Neighborhood Traffic Policy aims to help address concerns about traffic conditions within local neighborhoods.
Railroad Preemption, Wayside Horns, and the Railroad Monitoring System
A roundabout can provide safety improvements by channeling traffic around the central island, and using yield signs to help reduce vehicle wait time.
By City Ordinance, a right-of-way work permit must be obtained from the city before installing facilities in or upon the public right-of-way or performing any work in the public right-of-way that requires digging up, breaking up, cutting, excavating, drilling, or tunneling in or upon any public right-of-way.
Sugar Land's Traffic Management Systems include the traffic management center and the ITS Website and adaptive signal timing systems.
Learn more about Flashing Yellow Arrow Signals, Pedestrian Signals, Signal Detection Systems, Corridor Signal Synchronization, Emergency Preemption Devices, and School Zone Flasher Systems.