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Interpretation and writing of TOPAS 2500 Controller Specification forms for Transport Modellers and Design Engineers

Online  04.06.2024



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Interpretation and writing of TOPAS 2500 Controller Specification forms for Transport Modellers and Design Engineers

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This course is a detailed examination of Controller Specification forms to allow Transport Modellers to extract accurate information for modelling and assist Traffic Signal Design Engineers in preparing Traffic Signal Controller Specifications. It is based on the TOPAS 2500 Specification (formerly TR 2500/TR2210A/MCE0141) for microprocessor traffic controllers. Using a real world example the course takes delegates through an ITS1827D document considering all the elements which make up a Specification with theory breaks covering Phase Delays, Detection, Controller Logic, UTC, VA, CLF, Call Cancel Loops, Shuttle Working, SDE/SA, Hurry Calls, Priority/Emergency Modes, Pedestrian Linking and Cross Stream Linking.    



Unfortunately, this course is no longer available although alternative dates may be scheduled - please check our course diary.

Course duration is 1 day

Starting on 4th June 2024

Ending on 4th June 2024

Course price is: £340 (exc. VAT)


Tutored by:

John Nightingale MSc(Eng), CEng FIHE MCIHT








 

 

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