Board Bill Number 82 | Session 2022-2023
Emergency Vehicle Traffic Signal Preemption System
The proposed bill directs the Director of the City of St. Louis Street Department to install and implement an emergency vehicle traffic signal preemption system. The emergency vehicle traffic signal preemption system will allow the normal operation of traffic signals to be preempted in the path of emergency vehicles, halting conflicting traffic and allowing emergency vehicles the right-of-way, thereby reducing emergency response time, and enhancing traffic safety.
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- Committee Substitute (190.95 KB PDF)
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