The City of Glendale has signed a contract with Santa Ana-based Iteris to design and integrate changes to improve traffic flow, the company announced Tuesday.
Under the contract, Iteris is tasked with updating the city’s traffic managment centers, relocating and recommissioning existing fiber optics, deploying a new video management system and integrating it with field management systems.
Glendale will also get an upgrade and reconfiguration of its existing Cisco network for communications, as well as a new signal system supporting 240 signalized intersections.
Glendale and Inglewood are two of the most recent cities to sign on with the transportation informatics company, with contracts totaling more than $1 million combined.
“The cities of Inglewood and Glendale are demonstrating their commitment to finding smart city solutions to improve traffic safety and efficiency in these thriving Southern California transportation networks,” Scott Carlson, vice president of Transportation Systems at Iteris, said in a statement.