THE GREENBURGH TOWN BOARD APPROVED THE FOLOWING RESOLUTION HIRING AN ENGINEERING CONSULTANT TO PROVIDE ENGINEERING SERVICES FOR TRAFFIC LIGHT AT INTERSECTION OF ARDSLEY ROAD AND ASHFORD AVE
At the last meeting of the Greenburgh Town Board (on June 13) we hired a traffic engineering consultant to design a traffic light. It should take the firm a few months to complete the design. We hope to then go out to bid and anticipate that the light could be installed this winter- possibly before.
Any concerns you send to me will be forwarded to the consultants.
WHEREAS, the Town of Greenburgh commissioned a traffic study and analysis for a potential
signal and pedestrian improvements at the Ardsley Road/ Sprain Road/ Ashford Avenue intersection; and
WHEREAS, a presentation related to the feasibility of signalizing the intersection was made to
the Town Board at a work session on November 14, 2018 by the Town traffic consultant, Frederick P.
Clark Associates, Inc., concluding signalization of the intersection is feasible and could provide improved
safety to pedestrians and vehicular traffic; and
WHEREAS, funding for the future construction of a signaling system and related improvements
is included in the 2018 Town capital improvement; and
WHEREAS, the Commissioner of Public Works, as authorized by Town Board Resolution PW-
2 – 04/25/18, obtained a proposal from Milone & MacBroom,, Inc., the engineering consultant to F. P.
Clark that performed the original feasibility study to provide full engineering design services for a new
traffic signal at the intersection of Sprain Road at Ardsley Road and Ashford Avenue in the Town of
Greenburgh, such proposal being dated May 11, 2018;
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Town Board of the Town of Greenburgh
hereby authorizes the Town Supervisor to contract with Milone & MacBroom, Inc., for professional
engineering design services for a new traffic signal design at the intersection of Sprain Road at Ardsley
Road and Ashford Avenue in the Town of Greenburgh, proposal dated, in accordance with the attached
proposal dated May 11, 2018 for an amount not to exceed $40,000.