Travel safety, complete streets, advanced signal technology, and VMT as a metric for environmental analysis in California
This interactive course covers both similarities and differences in between the Model 170 & 2070 traffic signal controller. These rack mount controllers interface with a variety of electrical cabinet assembly styles, including the ever-popular classic, Model 332 standard.
This hands-on course provides working knowledge about the capabilities, applications, and operations of these two controller types, as well as how to program signal timing plans into the controller using various local intersection software programs.
The course covers all key topics ranging from controller hardware, module options, diagnostic tools, and field applications. Course instruction includes in-depth implementation issues, and to how to upgrade from NEMA TS1, TS2, or rack mount controllers.
The course combines lectures with classroom exercises, case studies, and hands-on controller labs.
Additional course detail is provided in the sections below.
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Students gain a working knowledge of both 170 & 2070 controller operation, including how to deploy the 2070 and integrate these controllers within the agency's jurisdiction.
From the controller lab, students will also learn to identify each of the various controller hardware modules, their functions, expansion features, and limitations.
All individuals in planning, engineering, and electrical-maintenance fields interested in gaining knowledge and proficiency of signal controllers should attend.
Specifically, a need or study in the uses and operations of deploying traffic signal controllers in a field environment will benefit from this course.
No prior background in traffic controllers is required, although basic knowledge of traffic signal timing is desirable.
New students and returning "refresher course" professionals will benefit from the instruction related to both popular controller hardware styles.
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Donald Shupp, Principal, Western Pacific Signal
Mr. Shupp is the founder and CEO of Western Pacific Signal (WP Signal), a regional integrator of Adaptive Signal Control-based, Model 2070-based Central Control Systems. Mr. Shupp has 25 years experience with deploying and upgrading various NEMA, Type 170, Type 2070 traffic controllers, and central-based ATMS software for more than 50 local agency clients throughout California and Washington States.
Mr. Shupp served as a former chair of the Arterial Operations Committee (AOC) of the Bay Area Metropolitan Transportation Committee (MTC). Mr. Shupp holds and associates degree in Computer Maintenance Technology, is a Level II IMSA Traffic Signal Technician, and an active member of ITS California. He has presented several Connected Vehicle Initiative seminars, and related field projects, sponsored by the Federal Highway Administration.
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