Traffic Operations staff the City of Lakeland provide real-time monitoring of 177 traffic signals and 62 closed circuit television (CCTV) cameras from the City's Traffic Management Center (TMC). These are NOT red light-running cameras.
A group of skilled IMSA-Certified traffic signal technicians is responsible for maintaining and upgrading the latest ATC (Advanced Traffic Controller) equipment owned by either the City or the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) at 177 locations. They also maintain the real-time closed-circuit television (CCTV) cameras used by staff in the TOC.
The hardworking and dedicated members of the traffic signal maintenance and operations staff help ensure Lakeland’s roads are safe and our traffic infrastructure is in a good state of repair.
Avoid entering an intersection if you cannot completely cross the intersection before the light turns red. You may be cited if you block traffic in an intersection.
DO NOT stop on train tracks, even when the traffic signal is green.