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Traffic Management Center
​​​​​​​Transportation Engineering > Traffic Management Center 
The Traffic Management Center (TMC) is the hub or nerve center of Charlotte County Traffic Signals, Incident Management, and the Advanced Transportation Management System (ATMS). Incident Management Camera are used to verify and respond to incidents that impact normal traffic flows. Data is collected and processed, fused with other operational and control data, synthesized to produce "information", and distributed to stakeholders such as the media, other agencies, and the traveling public. TMC staff uses the information to monitor the operation of the roadways and to initiate control strategies that affect changes to the Traffic Signals which may help with congestion during Incidents or Planned Events.
 
Some important mobile apps enhances the TMC and motorists with their daily travels:
 
Twitter – Charlotte County sends out tweets regarding traffic related incidents which may impact your travels. Please try us @CHARLOTTEATMS at Twitter.
FDOT has partnered with WAZE to provide data for our use to infuse our daily activities of Traffic Management. Try the mobile app WAZE from Google Play or the App Store.
 
If you should have any questions or comments, please contact our TMC at 941.575.3600.
 
 
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