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A Basic Introduction to Traffic Signal Terminology, Calculations and How Signals Work

JCT Offices, Lincoln  01.07.2019



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A Basic Introduction to Traffic Signal Terminology, Calculations and How Signals Work

JCT Offices, Lincoln


This course is designed to provide anyone whose work involves traffic modelling with a concise grounding in the most important traffic signal concepts. The correct modelling of traffic signals is vital in any traffic model and to achieve this it is important that traffic modellers understand how traffic signals work and are designed. This course is based on our more comprehensive two day Introduction to Traffic Signals course but concentrates on subjects of most interest to traffic modellers to allow the course to be completed in one day. The course covers basic concepts and does not cover any details of how traffic signals are modelled in modelling software.


Course duration is 1 day

Starting on 1st July 2019

Ending on 1st July 2019

Course price is: £235 (exc. VAT)


Tutored by:

John Nightingale MSc(Eng), CEng FIHE MCIHT








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