The ramp meters, like one in New York, are red/green signals on interstate entrances that indicate to motorists when they can safely enter the freeway. They are controlled by traffic cameras and magnetic loops embedded in the interstate.
The ramp meters, like one in New York, are red/green signals on interstate entrances that indicate to motorists when they can safely enter the freeway. They are controlled by traffic cameras and magnetic loops embedded in the interstate. Dave Vieser
The ramp meters, like one in New York, are red/green signals on interstate entrances that indicate to motorists when they can safely enter the freeway. They are controlled by traffic cameras and magnetic loops embedded in the interstate. Dave Vieser

Lake Norman officials fear ramp signals may worsen congestion

September 03, 2017 02:07 PM

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