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Re: Traffic light sensors in Pasadena

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  • Roger Gray
    The sensors are there in most cases. They are supposed to detect bikes already, but either have never been set right or have stopped detecting bikes where
    Message 1 of 6 , Apr 4, 2011
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      The sensors are there in most cases. They are supposed to detect bikes already, but either have never been set right or have stopped detecting bikes where they used to do so ....

      R. H. Gray / Pasadena, California
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      On Apr 4, 2011, at 8:19 PM, Kevin Johnson <ksjennai@...> wrote:

      > You need to be in contact with the Pasadena department of public works, with you specific list. Just going to the council won't work. Then the dpw will conduct their own traffic warrant study. After the study is done then a decision would made. All this will take time.
      > This is the same process all cities take before making any street traffic changes
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      > K Johnson
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