WBE’s Traffic Signal Division meets the signaling and lighting infrastructure needs of many city, county, and state municipalities in northern California. We assist many general contractors and private developers that are required to make improvements to the signaling and lighting infrastructure as part of their projects.
Spread Spectrum Interconnect
Highway Surveillance & Monitoring
Union Metal Poles
Western Pacific Signal
Microwave Interconnect Systems
Traffic Advisory Systems
LED Streetlight Upgrades
Intelligent Transportation Systems
Elsie Allen High School
Just north up the highway at Elsie Allen High School in Santa Rosa, our traffic division was involved with the new redesign of the school’s football field. The traffic team was involved with the installation of new stadium lighting to the school’s football field. The traffic crew worked to move the main power back ten feet to make room for the new visitor’s grand stands. The crew also moved two 85 feet tall stadium lights with sixteen foot foundations back twenty feet. Overall the project turned out well and the new football field is ready for play. (General Contractor - Team Ghilotti)
Lombard Street - San Francisco
WBE’s Traffic Division installed traffic signals along the busy Lombard Street in San Francisco. The Caltrans project included installing traffic signals at 14 locations, 1.2 miles of fiber optic interconnect cable, and video detection systems between Francisco Street and Van Ness Avenue. During the construction of the project, existing traffic signals remained operational, while a new, separate system was installed, tested, and activated. (Caltrans)
On 19th Avenue in San Francisco, WBE Traffic is involved with a one and a half year project with Caltrans. Throughout the duration of the project, WBE will install new traffic signals, video detection cameras, fiber optic interconnect, and pedestrian ramps. The project will stretch along a 5 mile span of Highway 1 (19th Avenue and Park Presidio) from California Street to San Francisco State University. (Caltrans)
WBE Traffic Signal Division was recently contracted to install Sirit Automatic Vehicle Identification Equipment in Stanford University Parking Lots. The install included 20 Sirit Identity 5100 High-Performance AVI Readers (Fast Track), which will help the university monitor their parking lot traffic.