Cabinets & Cabinet Equipment
2003 version of the NEMA TS 2 Traffic controller standard. PDF file. 246pp.
1998 version of the NEMA TS 2 standard. PDF file. 238 pp.
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January 21, 2011 — U.S. Traffic Corporation, a driving force of innovation in the intelligent traffic control industry, is pleased to announce that the company has recently been awarded a procurement contract by the New York City Department of Transportation. This contract will provide advanced solid-state traffic control devices to expand system upgrades across the City of New York. The agreement calls for U.S. Traffic to supply traffic control cabinets, controllers, related hardware and software over the next several years to replace aging electromechanical controller systems throughout New York City.
PALMETTO, FL – June 11, 2009 — US Traffic and Peek Traffic, along with the New York City DOT, were recognized recently by the New York State Intelligent Transportation Society for The Outstanding ITS Project of the Year.
PALMETTO, FL – May 1, 2009 — Peek Traffic has received an order for 255 traffic control and power backup cabinets from Dumont Electrical, Inc. of Sparta, NJ. These cabinets will be used by Dumont in their role as a contractor to the City of New York. The order includes multiple configurations of their award-winning Advance Solid state Traffic Control (ASTC) cabinets and power backup cabinets. Each of the ASTC cabinets will be fitted with the Peek Advanced Traffic Controller, as well as associated wiring harness hardware, load switches, flashing circuits, and additional hardware required to create a complete intersection control solution for the city.
ASTC Cabinets and ATC-CBD Controllers Take Prize
PALMETTO, FL – January 5, 2009 — At the recent 2008 ITS World Congress in New York, the U.S. Traffic division of Peek Traffic Corporation was presented with a “Best of ITS Innovation” award as a result of our work on the New York City traffic management upgrade project. The award was given to the team that is currently rolling out advanced solid-state traffic controllers and other hardware to intersections all over the five boroughs of the city. The project team includes Peek/U.S. Traffic, the NYC DOT, and the Transcore/JHK Engineering Group.
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