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"... A fixed time traffic light control system is that boring and old-fashioned way in which traffic lights are configured to turn on the green color after a given period of time, usually around 30 seconds, but this may very well vary depending on traffic values and region. We won't get too technical and display every single part of such a system, but it's worth mentioning that fixed time traffic light control systems relied on what it's being called an electro-mech..." Continue Reading →
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