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Fiscal Year

What am I looking at?

This dashboard reports the progress of the Austin Transportation Department's Annual Signal Timing Program. Beginning in 2017, traffic signal engineers will re-time approximately 1/3 of the city’s 1,000+ signals each year, with the goal of ensuring signals are timed for optimum safety and performance. More info

Signals Re-Timed

Travel Time Reduced

Corridor Name Number of Signals Status Travel Time Change Engineer Note

About Signal Timing

How do you choose which signals will be re-timed?

We identify corridors for re-timing on annual basis, typically in October. Every signal in our system is re-timed at least once every three years. You can view the corridors that have been scheduled for re-timing in the above table.

How do you set your goals?

The Annual Signal Timing Program's performance goals are established by city management, and are reviewed annually based on the pervious year's performance.

Report an Issue

To report an issue or request a new traffic signal, call 3-1-1. You can also submit a traffic signal service request online.

This dashboard is for informational purposes and may not have been prepared for or be suitable for legal, engineering, or surveying purposes. It does not represent an on-the-ground survey and represents only the approximate relative location of traffic signals.