Gateway Green Light: YOUR help is needed to improve traffic in St. Charles County!

Gateway Green Light St. Charles County launches survey to gather resident feedback

CHARLES COUNTY, MO – The Gateway Green Light (GGL) program is a cooperative effort between the cities of Cottleville, Dardenne Prairie, Lake Saint Louis, O’Fallon, St. Charles, St. Peters, Weldon Spring, Wentzville, as well as the Missouri Department of Transportation and St. Charles County, to improve traffic signal operations throughout the county. GGL actively manages and monitors traffic signal operations in real time, especially those that cross municipal boundaries, reducing unnecessary delays and improving traffic flow while reducing emissions that contribute to ozone pollution.

Residents of St. Charles County can help GGL further shape the future of the program by taking a few minutes to complete a quick survey:

https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/DKCZNZP

The program seeks to provide motorists with real-time information on roadway conditions and travel times through the use of dynamic message boards and travel time detectors. As GGL infrastructure continues to expand, benefits to the public will continue to increase.

View the 2016 results here

More About Gateway Green Light
GGL actively manages and monitors traffic signal operations in real time, especially those that cross municipal boundaries, reducing unnecessary delays and improving traffic flow while reducing emissions that contribute to ozone pollution. The program seeks to provide motorists with real-time information on roadway conditions and travel times through the use of dynamic message boards and travel time detectors. As GGL infrastructure continues to expand, benefits to the public will continue to increase.
For more information about GGL, please visit http://www.sccmo.org/Gateway-Green-Light.

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