At the October 30, 2017 Citizens Advisory Committee (CAC) meeting, NJDOT and SJTPO staff presented on “smart” traffic signals. Kelly McVeigh, Principal Engineer at NJDOT, provided CAC members and the Public with information regarding the varying traffic signal technologies used throughout the State. The presentation included the difference between “traditional” and “smart” traffic signals, with a stronger focus on the where, why, and how of “smart” traffic signals. You can view Mr. McVeigh’s presentation here.

Andrew Tracy, Transportation Engineer at SJTPO, provided an overview of SJTPO’s Regional Traffic Signal Improvement Program. Mr. Tracy discussed the methodology of the Program, which includes data collection, screening, modeling and performance measurement, and project development. Mr. Tracy also noted that each of these elements are ultimately needed to secure capital programming. You can view Mr. Tracy’s presentation here.

You can get more information about the Citizens Advisory Committee (CAC) as well as meeting agendas and approved minutes here.