Guidelines for the Activation, Modification, or Removal of T
Guidelines for the Activation, Modification, or Removal of T
Experience has shown that there is a significant potential for traffic collisions to occur immediately before, during, or shortly after: new traffic control signals are activated; operations of traffic control signal are significantly modified; or traffic control signals are removed and replaced with some other form of traffic control. The potential for collisions is of concern to the general public, as well as public agencies responsible for the operation of traffic control signals. Since there is a lack of nationally accepted procedures for activating, modifying, or removing traffic control signals, the ITE Public Agency Council developed a set of guidelines. This report should not supercede engineering judgment. This recommended practice was adopted in January 2005.
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Pub. No.: RP-034A

ISBN: 0-935403-80-9

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Publisher: ITE

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Pages: 44 pp.

Publishing Date: 01/05