The signal installation will be done by public works staff and is anticipated to be fully installed and operational by the end of July. The $350,000 project will be funded by Capital Projects Streets funds. About $139,127 of the cost will cover flatwork, pavement markings and other incidental items.
City staff expects construction to begin in three to four months, once the equipment arrives.
The junction is home to several developments, including an apartment complex, the Kubota North American Headquarters complex and the Billingsley mixed-use development, which includes apartments, restaurants, commercial and retail establishments. Also in the area is the Paycom complex and the Southland Holdings office buildings, which are expected to open this year.