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Comments on Profile Post by Xylia

  1. Xylia
    Xylia
    There's an optical sensor (it looks like a camera hanging next to the spotlight) aimed at the area right behind the white line at the intersection. If you're pulled most of the way over the white line like so many people do, the sensor can't see you and therefore thinks there's nobody at your side of the intersection. Therefore... (cont)
    May 2, 2019
  2. Xylia
    Xylia
    It doesn't matter how long you wait....and wait.... and wait.... the light isn't going to change until someone else on the other side of the intersection who DOES know how these things work gets it to change for you. That white line is put there for a reason (cont)
    May 2, 2019
  3. Xylia
    Xylia
    ....and that reason is for long trucks, such as 18 wheeler semis. They need a long turn radius, and the white line is recessed back away from the intersection so that they don't end up blocking the whole intersection because you pulled up too close and they can't fit through the intersection until someone comes and clears the traffic. Just a little PSA.
    May 2, 2019
  4. InstaFiz
    InstaFiz
    I’ve never heard of such a thing.
    May 2, 2019
  5. Xylia
    Xylia
    We have them around here, and a lot of people probably don't realize it. If you see something that looks like a camera next to the stoplight, it's an intelligent stoplight; it scans for cars sitting at the intersection so that people aren't waiting on nothing.
    May 2, 2019
  6. Xylia
    Xylia
    Another easy way to tell is if you pull up to a red light and nobody's at the other side, it almost immediately turns green for you.
    May 2, 2019
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