mast arm

mast arm

A bracket attachment to a lamppost or pole from which a luminaire is suspended.
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Construction of improvements to Durant Road at Valrico Road and Bryan Road at Brooker Road which includes but is not limited to installation of signal poles and mast arm assemblies, pedestrian features at all approaches, installation of new controller, minimal clearing and grubbing, sodding and/or reseeding, signing and pavement marking, stormwater improvements, installation of water lines and repair of open cutting of roadway including milling and new asphalt course.
3 crore, including a 16- per cent revenue contribution from its telecom mast arm Indus Towers.
I can actually see through the cameras that are out there on the mast arm,'' he said.
In either case, a Bluetooth antenna must be installed outside the signal cabinet, typically on a traffic signal mast arm, with the antenna wired to BlueTOAD/CONNECT through existing conduits.
Install traffic signal mast arm facing south on Yarra Street.
The fixture is also available with a wall and mast arm for building and roadway applications.
Invitation to Bid: Hibiscus blvd/hickory street mast arm signal project no.
Description : Design and construct a northbound right-turn lane on Avenue B approaching 16th Street and replace traffic signal mast arm and controller.
Description : Design and construct a right-turn lane on southbound 4th Avenue approaching 8th Street and replace traffic signal mast arm and controller.
Description : Design and construct a westbound right-turn lane on 24th Street approaching 1st Avenue and replace traffic signal mast arm and controller.
Description : Design and construct a dedicated southbound right-turn lane from 4th Avenue/Big Curve onto southbound 4th Avenue Extension along with traffic signal mast arm and controller replacements.
Extend right turn lanes on Commercial Road northern approach and Seaford Road eastern approach, fully control right turns and install traffic signal mast arm on the northwest corner of Seaford Road