36th Ave. NW and Havenbrook Intersection Improvements
- Project Type: Municipal Engineering, Traffic Engineering, Roadway Design, Accessibility
About this Project
This is a roadway intersection project where the design services included the addition of a left turn lane and a new traffic signal. Proposed improvements include a new signal with system interconnects and roadway widening improvements to compliment the new signal all focused on providing a higher degree of safety. EST conducted a traffic review of the intersection including traffic collection traffic data and crash history provided by the City of Norman. The proposed improvements included a fully actuated 6 phase signal (capable of 8 phase operations).
The proposed roadway improvements consisted of constructing a 5-lane section on 36th Avenue NW from south of Robinson Street though the Havenbrook Street intersection. The existing curb and gutter and sidewalk along 36th Ave. and at the tie-ins to Havenbrook was removed and constructed outwards to provide the needed widening and included fully ADA complaint features.
This project also provided a fiber optic interconnect from Main Street on the south to Robinson Street on the north. Plans for this interconnect system included utilizing existing conduit within the corridor and providing new conduit in areas where there were missing or unusable sections. All new Manholes were provided in two sizes and were strategically placed for access and cable management. 5 signal cabinets were designed or retrofitted with new Cisco fiber switches and patch panels.
- Intersection Improvements
- Roadway Widening
- Fiber Optic Interconnect