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Traffic Engineering


Do you need to report a traffic signal concern, or do you want to request a traffic control sign?  If you have any concerns with any traffic control device in the Metro area, Traffic Engineering organizes all of these efforts and more...

Click here to see or FAQ page for answers to some of the most popluar questions.
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The goal of the Traffic Engineering Section is to provide the safest and most convenient means of travel to the citizens of the Louisville area, whether they are motorists, pedestrians or cyclists.

The primary responsibility of the Traffic Engineering Section is the operation, maintenance and installation of all traffic control devices, within the public right of way.  We are responsible for ensuring the proper use and placement of all required and optional signage and devices.  The Section is responsible for ensuring that traffic control devices and signage, placement and installation conform to the Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices, (MUTCD), as required by KRS 189.337 and 603 KAR 0:050.

Traffic Engineering recently developed and implemented a Neighborhood Speed Reduction Program that includes speed humps for residential areas.  Traffic Engineering also plays a major role in the planning and implementation of "Quiet Zone" projects, school area traffic controls and all transportation related projects.

Louisville Metro's Traffic Engineering Section is proud of our past accomplishments and looks forward to continually providing quality services to our citizens.  Traffic  Engineering will continue to develop programs and initiatives to improve the safety and efficiency of our streets and to improve the air quality of the Louisville area.

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Special Projects and Programs



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Contact Traffic Engineering
Use the online form (click here) to submit your question or concern. Please specify "Traffic Engineering" in your message. Alternatively, you can reach us by phone at 502-574-5810.
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How to Report Problems?
Contact MetroCall at 502.574-5000 or 311 and give a detailed description and approximate location/address.  MetoCall is open 24 hours a day 7 days a week. Or use our online reporting tool:  METROCALL ON LINE

Multi Way Stops

Multi Way Stops

Control Center

Traffic Signal Control Center 

Speed Humps

Speed Humps