Traffic Lights

Some articles on traffic, lights, traffic lights:

Traffic Light Control And Coordination - Coordinated Control
... Attempts are often made to place traffic signals on a coordinated system so that drivers encounter long strings of green lights ... from a master controller and are set up so lights "cascade" in sequence so platoons of vehicles can proceed through a continuous series of green lights ... Lights are timed in such a way that motorists can drive through without stopping if their speed is lower than a given limit, mostly 50 km/h (30 mph) in urban areas ...
A4008 Road
... At Bushey Station, the northbound traffic runs straight on, whereas southbound traffic is via Chalk Hill and right into Aldenham Road (passing the Victoria ... A gyratory system takes the northbound traffic around a retail park, via Dalton Way and under Oxhey Arches ... The southbound traffic is along Lower High Street ...
Martin Cassini - Publications
... Retrieved 2008-10-16 The case against traffic lights, Martin Cassini,, 14 January 2008 Roadsafe Magazine 2008 "I like traffic lights, but only when they're ... "In Your Car No One Can Hear You Scream! Are Traffic Controls in Cities a Necessary Evil?" ... Institute of Economic Affairs' article proposes the abolition of traffic lights at the Institute of Economic Affairs website "Rip them out", The Daily Telegraph, 14 October 2006 ...
Shenton Avenue - History
... A number of major intersections cross the road, most of which are controlled by traffic lights or roundabouts ... New traffic lights were constructed between Shenton Avenue and Grand Boulevard in the late 1990s ... More new traffic lights were developed around the mid-2000s, where Shenton Avenue crosses with Pontiac Way and McLarty Avenue ...

Famous quotes containing the words lights and/or traffic:

    Meet me in St. Louis, Louis,
    Meet me at the fair,
    Don’t tell me the lights are shining any place but there.
    Andrew B. Sterling (1874–1955)

    There’s something about the dead silence of an office building at night. Not quite real. The traffic down below is something that didn’t have anything to do with me.
    John Paxton (1911–1985)