How do I find how much traffic flow is at a specific location?

The City's Engineering Department counts traffic at all major intersections in the City once a year. Traffic at smaller intersections will be counted as needed, due to special projects or investigations. These counts are stored in a database that is maintained by the City's Engineering Department. Request for traffic volume should be submitted to the City's Engineering Department at 214.509.4576.

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1. What is the speed limit when there are no speed limit signs?
2. Is it possible to change the speed limit on a particular street?
3. How would I make a request to have a traffic signal or stop sign installed?
4. Can I ask for a speed limit sign to be installed in alleys?
5. Who fixes the streetlights in our community?
6. How does a signal operate? Is a specific signal operating correctly?
7. How are signals synchronized?
8. Why do I have to wait so long after I stop at a specific signal?
9. How do I find how much traffic flow is at a specific location?
10. Are Stop signs effective as a tool for speed control?
11. Does the City install Speed Bumps (Road Humps) to control speeding problems on residential streets?
12. How does a pedestrian signal work?