This website has been set up to answer frequently asked questions in relation to traffic signals and their operation, including:
- How are traffic signals designed?
- What type of junction is required?
- What is the difference between a phase and a stage?
- How do traffic signals know that I am waiting?
This website provides details on the operation of traffic signals and the traffic signal design process and is aimed at developers, other traffic signal and engineering colleagues, or indeed anyone who is keen to gain a further understanding.
The links from the main menu above will allow you to find out as much or as little as you would like about how traffic signals work, the different processes involved in traffic signal design and the terminology used.
What Our Clients Say:
Swept Path Analysis and Visibility Drawing incorporated into a Technical Note, Proposed Residential Dwelling, Colchester.
Highway Statement, Proposed Residential Development, Stockport
Transport Assessment, Proposed Residential Development (170 dwellings), Essex
Speed Survey, Proposed Private Residential Development – Testimonial
Access Feasibility Study, Proposed Private Residential Development – Testimonial
Analysis of Speed Survey and Swept Path Analysis
Stage 2 Road Safety Audit, Residential, Staffordshire
Construction Traffic Management Plan
Flood Risk Assessment, Testimonial, Industrial Development, Sheffield
Require Traffic Signal Design Services?
Sanderson Associates have enjoyed over 35 years in business, our Traffic Signal Design Team have extensive experience in assisting our Clients with their Traffic Signal Design requirements for a wide variety of major and minor developments throughout the whole of the UK, Isle of Man and Ireland.
We would be pleased to provide you with our competitive fee proposal for our Traffic Signal Design Services, please call us on 01924 844080 or click here to complete our secure online form.