On Mon, 11 Jan 2021 at 10:00, Yuri Sos trams4me@...> wrote:
> The Museum's crossing light is very nice and appeals to my gunzel's heart,
> but the average motorist will not have it programmed in.
It's a rail corridor - the appropriate standards dictate the warning signal
style. We just can't replace them with ordinary traffic lights. I think
that better compliance would be had by standard traffic signals. The people
that wrote the standards think otherwise. They are professionals. I'm just
I was also concerned at the speed of motorists past the work site - I was
> amazed that cars could flash past so close to workers: were there no 40km/h
> speed restrictions and Lane closures in place?
When the signal post was replaced, the worksite WAS under "traffic control"
with lane closures and speed restrictions. Saturday's video was observation
that the crossing was functioning correctly under ordinary conditions. No
actual work was undertaken next traffic lanes.