The signals along the Meridian/Second couplet are controlled by “an adaptive traffic signal system” from 23rd Avenue Southeast to River Road. The system was produced by an outfit called Rhythm Engineering.
The signals along the Meridian/Second couplet are controlled by “an adaptive traffic signal system” from 23rd Avenue Southeast to River Road. The system was produced by an outfit called Rhythm Engineering. LEE GILES III Staff file, 2014
The signals along the Meridian/Second couplet are controlled by “an adaptive traffic signal system” from 23rd Avenue Southeast to River Road. The system was produced by an outfit called Rhythm Engineering. LEE GILES III Staff file, 2014

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