Sitterly Road Corridor Intersection & ITS Improvements
Towns of Halfmoon and Clifton Park, New York
MJ led all traffic engineering, design, and construction inspection services to develop improvements to decrease volume delays during peak traffic hours along Sitterly Road. The goal of the project was to mitigate vehicle backups at the notably busy intersection by utilizing two interconnected traffic signals on Sitterly Road at Crossing Boulevard and Woodin Road. During peak hour traffic movements, the unsynchronized timing of all phases, combined with the lack of turn movement lanes, created excessive volume delays. MJ was responsible for the reconstruction of Sitterly Road, including milling, road reconstruction, additional turn lanes, curbing, drainage structures, asphalt gutters, concrete sidewalks, detectable warning units, traffic signals, pedestrian signals, guiderail, and signage.
During the construction phase, MJ performed full-time inspection services. This included completing daily inspection reports to document all progress, coordinating field work with stakeholders, continuously updating as-build documents to accurately represent field installation conditions, reviewing all estimates for accuracy, and witnessing all material testing.