Temecula City Council calls for pedestrian signal upgrade bids

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The Temecula City Council approved the bid process to upgrade pedestrian signal equipment at 44 intersections. The 5-0 city council vote Tuesday, March 23, approved the plans and specifications for the equipment upgrade, authorized the city’s Department of Public Works to solicit construction bids for the project and found the upgrades of existing facilities categorically exempt from California Environmental Quality Act review. The city obtained a $908,200 Highway Safety Improvement Program grant funded by the Federal Highway Administration for the signal upgrades, and it will cover the estimated construction cost of $857,340 along with contingencies and administrative expenses. The upgrades will provide pedestrian countdown signal heads and push-button equipment meeting Americans
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