Citywide Signal System Upgrade Project Phase I


In 2017, the City was awarded $2.5 million in federal dollars through the Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission to upgrade the signal systems along primary travel corridors through Delaware. The goal of this project is to reduce congestion and improve safety as the City continues to grow. The existing traffic control system installed in 1999, is outdated and does not include current technology to manage increased vehicle and truck movements along major roadways such as William Street, Central Ave, Sandusky Street and London Road. Additional upgrades funded through the Fire Department include the installation of emergency vehicle preemption at key intersections to aid in improving incident response times.


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