This project is the City of Azusa’s first Intelligent Transportation System (ITS) and Traffic Management System (TMS) Project. The funding sources for this project are mainly through a Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (LACMTA) Proposition C Grant and other City available funds. The City of Azusa hired KOA to provide traffic signal design, centralized traffic control system and monitoring upgrade, construction management, and inspection services for their ATMS. The funding sources for this project were mainly through a Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (LACMTA) Proposition C Grant and other City available funds. The project budget was approximately $6.8 million to provide traffic improvements at total of fifty-two project intersections that includes installation of intersection signal equipment, detection systems, a centralized traffic control and monitoring system, signal timing, improved street layout at Foothill Boulevard and Alosta Avenue, and upgrade curb ramps at project intersections. The project will also replace antiquated controllers and cabinets, install network switches and routers enabling communication between local field elements and the Traffic Management Center (TMC). The design will provide a new TMC work station, as well as connection to the County IEN network.