Signals and Markings
Signs, signals and markings are managed by the Streets and Maintenance. The department operates about 650 signalized intersections. In addition to these intersections it maintains 180 school flashers, 67 traffic warning flashers and responds to approximately 300 calls about knocked down equipment related to traffic signals.
- Traffic Control Signal Lights
- School Zone Flashers
- Street Lighting
- Traffic Control Signs
- Street Name Signs
- Traffic Markings Services
- Road striping
- School Zone Striping
- School Zone Crossing
Traffic Management Services
The Streets and Maintenance through its Transportation Management Division provides traffic engineering, traffic control and signal management services.
These services include various traffic engineering functions including: traffic engineering design, operations and maintenance of the Traffic Management Center, traffic signals, school flashers, traffic control, signs and markings, signal management, traffic engineering studies, field investigations, and subdivision plats. Review of zoning cases and the review of preparation of traffic control plans and roadway illumination are also managed by the division.
Traffic Management Center
The Traffic Management Center oversees the operation of the City’s Transportation Management Center Computerized Signal System. The system includes the signal timing and coordination for approximately 650 traffic signals. Also includes remote operations from the Management Center for 600 of these signals with the ability to expand the system for all signals within the city.
Neighborhood Traffic Management Program
The Neighborhood Traffic Management Program (NTMP) was adopted by the City of El Paso to evaluate traffic concerns to determine appropriate traffic calming measures in residential areas.
If you would like to inquire about traffic calming measures for your neighborhood, please contact the Neighborhood Traffic Management Program at 311 or through e-mail at: NTMP@elpasotexas.gov
The City of El Paso allows the placement of roadside memorial markers to remind passing motorists of the dangers of unsafe driving and to provide families with the opportunity to honor and remember loved ones who died in traffic collisions. The program was established in 2006 with a City Council approved amendment to Title 15 of the city code.
The initial application for a marker must be submitted by a member of the victim’s family. Families may request a memorial marker by submitting an application to the city’s Streets and Maintenance Department. In some instances, Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) is allowed to submit an application on the family’s behalf. The application fee is $124.
Applications are reviewed and approved by the Streets and Maintenance Department.