Traffic Engineering, Balt Co.

Brudis & Associates, Inc. (BAI) successfully completed traffic signal design and traffic engineering analysis services under an on-call traffic engineering services contract with the Baltimore County Department of Public Works, Bureau of Traffic Engineering & Transportation Planning. The traffic engineering tasks involved preliminary studies/concept plans, and final construction plans that were inserted into design plans for a highway or bridge project by others or were constructed by one of the county’s on-call contractors.

All contract plans and specifications were prepared in accordance with the Maryland SHA’s ‘Specifications for Consulting Engineering Services,’ (latest edition), AASHTO and SHA ‘Traffic Signal Design Guidelines,’ as modified by Baltimore County. BAI was responsible for providing:

  • Ÿ Traffic Signalization and Computerized Signal Timing/Phasing Analysis
  • Ÿ Geometric Design Improvements
  • Ÿ Highway Pavement Markings
  • Ÿ Intersection Channelization
  • Ÿ Transportation System Management
  • Ÿ Telemetry Systems
  • Ÿ Intelligent Transportation System (ITS) Design/Integration


BAI was responsible for the development of complete construction plans, specifications, utility coordination, and cost estimates for new and/or modified traffic signals throughout the County. Design services included field investigations, establishment of traffic control device needs, and determination of safety standards.

Traffic signal design services were provided for the following locations:

  • Owings Mill Blvd and Winlands Road
  • Owings Mill Blvd and Lyons Mill Road
  • Back River Neck Road and E. Homberg Avenue
  • Myrtle Avenue – Volunteer Fire Department
  • Wise Avenue – Volunteer Fire Department
  • Hammonds Ferry Road and Hollins Ferry Road
  • Honeygo Boulevard and Beaconsfield Road
  • Holabird Avenue and Portship/Snyder
  • Lord Baltimore Drive and Windsor Mill Road
  • Old Eastern Avenue and Glenwood Road/Selig Ave
  • Red Run Blvd. and Dolfield Blvd.
  • Soller’s Point Road and Dunman Way