gerstnerTRAFFIC SIGNAL PRE-EMPTION SYSTEM, City of St. Louis
Included deployment of detectors on 93 key approaches throughout the city of St. Louis.

WASHINGTON AVENUE STREETSCAPE
The Washington Avenue Streetscape project transformed the Loft District from Tucker to 18th Street into a grand promenade with custom lighting and signal poles; unique sidewalk, street lighting and event fixtures; plus embedded centerline lighting with power to connect extensive concert equipment to substations along 13th, 14th and 18th Streets.

CENTRAL BUSINESS DISTRICT PLAN F
An ongoing project that includes the replacement of 52 signal controller cabinets and 35,000 linear feet of fiber optic cable in the downtown St. Louis Central Business District with the purpose of connecting routes to the central signal computer system.

NEW I-64
The reconstruction of I-64 from I-270 to Kingshighway includes the replacement or renovation of all of the existing signal, lighting and ITS systems within the corridor as a member of the Gateway Constructors. Also included in the scope of this project: 133,700 feet of new fiber optic cable will be installed as part of the ITS system, over 500 different lighting apparatus ranging from 120’ towers to pedestrian bridge lighting, and 13 new or modified traffic signals will be installed. In conjunction with the reconstruction of the I-64 corridor, a new fiber optic service for Lightcore Inc. has been installed throughout the project.

WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY IN ST. LOUIS SCHOOL OF MEDICINE
PUBLIC REALM SITE LIGHTING EXPANSION, City of St. Louis
The Public Realm project consisted of the removal of the existing City of St. Louis street lighting along Clayton Road, Taylor Avenue, Newstead, Children’s Place, Scott Avenue, Duncan, and Forest Park Parkway. The existing roadway lighting was replaced with two hundred and forty four decorative light poles. Twenty four light poles along Forest Park Parkway included irrigation for planter baskets to be hung on the poles. At each light pole, sections of sidewalk were removed and replaced with brick pavers to match existing sidewalk throughout the medical campus. Two new 5kva substations were installed to accommodate both existing city street lighting as well as the new lighting installed on this project. The intent of this project was to provide adequate lighting to a dim area of the city’s Central West End District.

MODOT STATEWIDE ITS DEPLOYMENT RTES I-70, I-29 AND I-35,
The MoDOT statewide ITS deployment consists of installing 29 highway traffic monitoring cameras along Missouri routes I-70 from St. Louis to Kansas City and then north along I-35 and I-29. The system uses fiber optic and cellular networks to communicate to a central MoDOT office where they will have the ability to monitor live traffic and alert the traveling public of delays or other emergencies.