Do Magnets Really Change Traffic Lights?

Do Magnets Really Change Traffic Lights?

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It is usually fairly easy to identify the inductive loop sensors because they make an obvious rectangle or loop in the roadway. If you can not see any loops or rectangles in the areas where vehicles would stop at a control signal, waiting for the green light, another thing you can do is watch for the light signal patterns when there is very little traffic. If the lights stay green (or red) for a very long time when cars are not present, but do cycle through their pattern when cars are present, you can be fairly sure there are inductive sensors present in the roadway.

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Do some traffic lights operate differently in the night?

It is very common for traffic lights to run different programs based on time-of-day: "peak hours" vs. "off peak hours". Some urban areas will have a different program for AM rush hour, vs PM rush hour. Yes, I've seen traffic signals programed to do exactly what you saw, but only for late night operation on rural roads. Most traffic signal controllers will allow a police officer to flip a switch to force a light to go into this "flash" mode if the controller is malfunctioning, or if an officer will be manually directing traffic. (The switch is behind a locked panel.)

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red is the colour for stop signs traffic lights and some fire hydronts. AHmed did you know that all insects have three pairs of legs.?

Red is the colour for stop signs, traffic lights and fire hydrants. Ahmed, did you know that all insects have three pairs if legs?

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The Importance of Automatic Traffic Lights time Algorithms to Reduce the Negative Impact of Transport on the Urban Environment

This paper focuses on the aspect of traffic lights control in order to reduce congestion and thereby contribute to the reduction of the negative impact of transport on the urban environment. The author presents his thoughts based on automatic traffic lights time algorithms developed and presented in the article. The effectiveness of the algorithms was tested in a developed cellular automata based traffic simulator.

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Why do most traffic lights not change when approached by motorcycles (red to green)?

Not enough metal to interrupt the magnetic loop of the sensor buried in the pavement. When at a light, put down the kickstand of your bike and rest it on the strip of tar encircling the loop (usually the loop is rectangular).

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How are traffic lights' times coordinated?

Traffic lights have three different types of coordination that dictate how they operate. The first would be a simple timed controller which the local controller (usually a large box mounted on one of the traffic light polls at an intersection) has a timer that cycles the red and green lights at a set duration. Also utilized are magnetic loop sensors embedded into the asphalt at the beginning of an intersection that will detect presence of cars and then eventually change the light from red to green. it can use a combination of these sensors, timers and programming dependent on time of day to determine which direction of traffic to prioritize to reduce congestion and delay. Lastly there are coordinated lights that are part of a network of traffic lights in a specific area designed to stay green at the same time for example. Lastly, the network of lights often in cities can be controlled by a central control center to control speeds or relieve congestion. See link below for all of the different possibilities

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How to create traffic lights in table

I am trying to create a traffic light system within a table, based on conditions. Currently, I have it set up with conditional formatting and the background colour and text colour the same. I have been asked to make it "more attractive" and put the colours in circles. I know in a previous version this was possible, but is there a way to do this now? I am open to any suggesstions,

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Some traffic lights has a cut in the middle of the red light singnal and it's blinking. Any one knows why?

Yup, the strobe is meant to be eye-catching, and make the red light more visible

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Why roads in cities are not build as in the expressways, so that they dont stop each other (no need for traffic lights) ?

Roads were certainly built in a time before the automotive industry truly took off. The roads as we know them, within cities and towns, were built either for horse/buggy or simply built around buildings. Truthfully, if the stoplights did not exists in residential and commercial areas, the risk for accidents would be much greater. Inner-city traffic is a necessary evil, unfortunately! Public transportation is an increasingly popular option for this reason, as well as electric vehicles for environmental purposes. Carpooling is handy for cutting down traffic as well!

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