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About Traffic Engineering

Main Street, Downtown GreenvilleTraffic Engineering provides safe and efficient flow through the use of signage (regulatory, warning and informational signs, pavement markings, and traffic signal system operations.

Traffic engineering has recently added some ITS (Intelligent Transportation Systems) features including 7 traffic cameras and 6 variable message signs. Traffic Engineering operates and maintains approximately 180 signals in the city limits, maintains over 10,000 signs, and powers over 6000 streetlights throughout the city.

Traffic Engineering takes the lead in the City's Neighborhood Traffic Management Program, also known as the Neighborhood Traffic Calming Program. Traffic Engineering also provides technical support for roadway projects funded through the Capital Improvement Program.

Traffic Calming Speed Hump in a Greenville neighborhoodCitizens most commonly contact us to:

  • Report a sign or signal that is obstructed, damaged, missing or malfunctioning.
  • Report traffic operations problems.
  • Report safety concerns, especially in school areas.
  • Get information on traffic calming.
  • Get information on street lights or report a street light outage.


Valerie Holmes, P.E.
Interim Assistant City Engineer -
Traffic Operations Engineer

Pat Fleming

You can reach our office during business hours by calling
Fax: 864-467-4365

We are located at:
26 Woods Lake Road
Greenville, SC 29607

Our mailing address:
City of Greenville,
Traffic Engineering Division
P.O. Box 2207
Greenville, SC 29602


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