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stoplight

[′stäp‚līt]
(electricity)
One of the lights that are installed at the rear of an automotive vehicle and are automatically turned on when the driver applies the brakes.
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Bilodeau also expressed concerns about the traffic light and how that would affect his business.
Overnight the demolished traffic light column was removed and the hole it left re-surfaced.
Last week, the city government formally switched on the first set of digital traffic lights on Tahao Road (formerly Imelda Roces Avenue) and Alternate Road (F.
If people drive sensibly and constantly assume the idiotic worst of everybody else on the road, there is no need for traffic light timers.
Temporary traffic lights are dotted across the town while improvements are carried out.
shows why the FSA traffic light scheme is more beneficial for consumers:
Worried residents at Wilnecote, Tamworth, claimed drivers were dicing with death by trying to beat traffic lights at the busy junction of Watling Street, the old A5, and Orkney Drive.
The Tesco traffic light trial was shelved as it was too simplistic, Tesco said.
A COUNCIL is looking at smart technology for traffic lights - including a system which warns drivers how long they have to wait on red.
I cannot identify a single street in Newcastle where the traffic light flow is synchronised over a distance of more than 100 metres.