Does anyone know where I can dig up information on traffic light durations...timing and that sort or stuff?
I don't think there's a one-size-fits-all answer. But if you have questions about specific signals, you can call the traffic engineering department of whatever municipal entity controls the lights and talk to one of the engineers.
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All red lights are exactly 5 seconds shorter then the time I need to open up my pack of smokes, light it and open the window.
Otherwise; see Zaphod B's response.
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Brock street in Kingston is (or used to be) programmed so that if you drove the speed limit, you would hit all the green lights.
Many times, I rolled through the last light at the moment of change from red to green. Good thing it was pretty wide open there - would have been a drag to get t-boned by somebody rushing the red.
You've made me look, now - aren't too many reports out there ...
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