Bewley announced as new traffic manager for the City of Valdosta

The City of Valdosta is pleased to announce the appointment of Bo Bewley as the new Traffic Manager. Bewley brings a wealth of experience and expertise to the role, having dedicated years to enhancing the city's traffic infrastructure.

Bewley is a 1999 graduate of Georgia Christian School and attended Daytona State College. His journey with the City of Valdosta began in September 2006 when he joined the Signs Division. Over the years, Bo demonstrated exceptional skills and commitment, leading to his progression through various roles within the organization.

In 2008, Bewley transitioned to the Signal Division, showcasing his adaptability and proficiency in the field. In 2015, he assumed the position of Traffic Management Center Tech, showcasing his dedication to staying at the forefront of technological advancements in traffic management.

Bo's contributions have been significant during his tenure. In 2018, he was promoted to Supervisor, overseeing the Signs, Signals, and Traffic Management Center (TMC). In this role, Bewley played a crucial part in implementing the new Traffic controller software, Maxtime, and was instrumental in the successful deployment of AI Glance monitoring/communication units at all 128 signalized intersections.

"Bo Bewley's appointment as the new Traffic Manager for the City of Valdosta is a testament to his exceptional dedication and invaluable contributions to our traffic management efforts. Bo's extensive experience, technical prowess, and leadership skills have been evident throughout his career with the city. His commitment to staying ahead of the curve in adopting new technologies has significantly enhanced our traffic infrastructure,” stated City of Valdosta Engineer Benjamin O’Dowd.

Furthermore, Bewley actively participated in the upgrade of AI Glance units for the pre-emption of both fire trucks and ambulances, showcasing his commitment to public safety and emergency response efficiency.

"I have been very lucky to work with the management and traffic division teams I have worked," said Bewley.

Bewley's extensive experience and dedication make him a valuable addition to the City of Valdosta's leadership team. The city looks forward to continued advancements and innovations under Bewley's guidance in the field of traffic management.