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US 340 (Rosser Avenue) Corridor Signal Optimization Study – 2019

The purpose of this project is to develop coordinated signal timing plans for the nine traffic signals between Tiffany Drive and Ladd Road and provide recommendations to improve operating and safety conditions along Rosser Avenue.

The Rosser Avenue corridor is a rapidly growing commercial and retail corridor in the City of Waynesboro. Traffic along this corridor often experience vehicle delays, reduced vehicle throughput, and crashes that occur from the stop-and-start traffic patterns created by unsynchronized and inefficient traffic signal timing plans. 

Optimizing and coordinating traffic signal timing is a cost-effective way to improve corridor operating conditions. In addition to the traffic signal optimization plans, improvement recommendations will be developed to further improve traffic operations in the study area.


Map of the study area and signal locations.