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Jeffery W. Branham, P.E.
Chief Traffic Engineer

1400 Loraine Street
Knoxville TN 37921
(865) 215-6100
Fax - (865) 215-6109

The Traffic Engineering Division is involved in transportation issues on all roadways and streets in the City of Knoxville, excluding the interstate highways, which are controlled by the Tennessee Department of Transportation (TDOT).

The Traffic Engineering Division has three groups: Traffic Signals, the Sign and Marking Shop, and Traffic Operations.


The Traffic Signals Group is responsible for the maintenance, timing and coordination of all existing traffic signals.

Contact the Signal Shop at 865-215-6730.

The Traffic Sign and Marking Shop is responsible for the production, installation, and maintenance of all existing traffic control signs, markings, and parking meters.

Contact the Sign Shop at 865-215-6720.

Traffic Operations conducts routine traffic counts and other studies, keeps crash data on Knoxville's roadways, and takes traffic-related requests such as for new traffic signs, markings, and signals.

Contact the Traffic Operations office at 865-215-6100. The current traffic count data can be seen online at the MPC website.
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