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  • MAIN ROADS Western Australia MRWA ELECTRICAL INFRASTRUCTURE ASSET DRAWING GUIDELINES o Section 1 - General • Section 2 - Traffic Control Signals o Section 3 - Lighting o Section 4 - Emergency Roadside Telephones o Section 5 - Closed Circuit Television Monitoring Cameras o Section 6 - Variable Message SignsThis manual is owned and controlled by the Traffic Engineering Standards Manager.The Traffic Engineering Standards Manager is the delegated custodian.All comments and requests for changes should be submitted to the Custodian.Main Roads Western AustraliaWaterloo Crescent, East PerthPO Box 6202EAST PERTH WA 6892Phone: 9323 4217Fax: 9323 4600 Authorisation As Manager Road and Traffic Engineering of Main Roads Western Australia, I authorise the issue and use of this document. SENIOR ENGINEER ROAD AND TRAFFIC DESIGN Date: ____ /____ /____Controlled Copy No: _____MAIN ROADS WESTERN AUSTRALIA ASSET DRAWINGS GUIDELINES – SECTION 2 – TRAFFIC CONTROL SIGNALS Page 1 of 25
  • Contents2.Traffic Control Signals....................................................................................4 2.1 LM Asset Reference Number............................................................................4 2.1.1 New Assets........................................................................................................4 2.1.2 Existing Assets..................................................................................................4 2.2 Asset Reference Number and Drawing Layout..................................................4 2.2.1 Title Block and References................................................................................4 2.2.2 AutoCAD File Name..........................................................................................4 2.3 LM “A” Electrical Drawing..................................................................................5 2.3.1 General..............................................................................................................5 2.3.2 Feature Matrix...................................................................................................5 2.3.3 Traffic Movement Diagram................................................................................6 2.3.4 Disconnected Services......................................................................................6 2.3.5 Underground Post to Pit Connection Table.......................................................7 2.3.6 Traffic Signal Posts and Numbering..................................................................7 2.3.7 Lantern Aspect Size and Types.........................................................................7 2.3.8 Detection Loops.................................................................................................7 2.3.9 Pedestrian Detection ........................................................................................7 2.3.10 Illuminated Flashing No Right Turn Signals.....................................................7 2.3.11 Rail Crossing...................................................................................................7 2.3.12 Advance Flashing Warning Signals.................................................................8 2.3.13 Land Boundaries.............................................................................................8 2.3.14 Typical Drawings.............................................................................................8 2.4 LM “B” Road Marking and Signs Drawing.........................................................8 2.4.1 MRWA Traffic Signal Area.................................................................................9 2.4.2 Dimensions & Sign Reference...........................................................................9 2.4.3 Typical Drawings...............................................................................................9 2.5 Site Documentation...........................................................................................9### 12INTERGREEN TIMES........................................................................................17PHASE SPECIAL ALL REDS & SPECIAL MOVEMENT ALL REDS..............17B,C,D,E,F............................................................................................................18MASTERLINK....................................................................................................18Appendices A. SAMPLE SITE DOCUMENTATION B. EXAMPLE DRAWINGSMAIN ROADS WESTERN AUSTRALIA ASSET DRAWINGS GUIDELINES – SECTION 2 – TRAFFIC CONTROL SIGNALS Page 2 of 25
  • Revision Status Record Latest Latest Revision Approved Revision Revision Description/Reference By No. Date. 0 06-09-01 Original 1 17/7/2003 Scale for LM A drawing revised to 1:125 in section 2.3.2.Authorised:TRAFFIC ENGINEERING STANDARDS MANAGERDate: ____ /____ /____MAIN ROADS WESTERN AUSTRALIA ASSET DRAWINGS GUIDELINES – SECTION 2 – TRAFFIC CONTROL SIGNALS Page 3 of 25
  • 2. Traffic Control Signals2.1LM Asset Reference Number An “LM” asset reference number identifies each traffic control signal installation. This number is shown in the lower right corner of the drawing immediately to the right of the drawing number. The LM asset number must also be shown on all other documents in a suitable location.2.1.1New Assets New assets will require that new “As Constructed” asset drawings are produced. MRWA will organise the new LM asset number and allocate the asset drawing numbers.2.1.2Existing Assets An existing asset will already have been assigned an “LM” asset number and have existing (“A” electrical and “B” marking) asset drawings. These asset drawings numbers must be maintained throughout the life of the asset and should not be changed. This will allow changes to the site that occur over time to be easily recorded in the amendments column of the drawing. It is therefore the asset drawing/s (not the design drawings) that should be updated if an asset is modified. However, design/construction drawings may be added as a reference drawing within the Asset drawing. Asset numbers must not be duplicated.2.2Asset Reference Number and Drawing Layout2.2.1Title Block and References Traffic control signal asset drawings will have a title block layout that provides a discrete (eg LM001) “LM” asset reference number in the lower right corner of the drawing and immediately to the right of the MRWA drawing number. The drawing set will generally include an “A” and a “B” drawing. The “A” drawing will contain the electrical installation details whilst the “B” drawing will contain the road marking and signage information.2.2.2AutoCAD File Name The AutoCAD file name format for each drawing will be LM###A.dwg and LM###B.dwg where ### is the three digit asset reference number. Should more than one drawing be required then the file name would be extended to include the sheet number (ie LM###AS1.dwg, LM###AS2.dwg) were S1 and S2 are sheet 1 and 2 respectively.MAIN ROADS WESTERN AUSTRALIA ASSET DRAWINGS GUIDELINES – SECTION 2 – TRAFFIC CONTROL SIGNALS Page 4 of 25
  • 2.3LM “A” Electrical Drawing2.3.1General The LM “A” drawing contains details relating to all electrical infrastructure, the site configuration and the Traffic (phase) Movement Diagram.2.3.2Feature Matrix The following table provides a quick reference to the features that need to be shown on the A and B asset drawing. Comments and reference to example drawings are provided within the table. Feature LM"A" LM"B" CommentScale 1:125 1:500 If updating an old 1:250 “A” or 1:250 “B” drawing redraw to 1:125 or 1:500, respectively. Choose a standard scale of best fit if the site reasonably exceeds the page. Use content break-match lines where appropriate. If a 1:125 is to large for a LM A drawing then use 1:250.Kerbing and driveways √ √Traffic islands, √ √Property boundaries √ √Electrical supply √Point of Attachment √Pole or underground supply pit/fuse √box/pillarController, Earth pit, and √Communication pitConduit size and location √Cable pits and Draw pits and numbers √Underground pit system details √ Including cable size: 19, 29 or 51 coreDetector loops √ √ B drawing only to show dotted loop outlinesDetector loop numbers √Loop pits and pit connections √Loop feeder cable route √Traffic Movement Diagram √Red Light Camera √Controller type √Communication type √ SCATS, DUST, NoneAdvanced flashing warning sign √ √Advanced flashing warning signs √ Sign number and signal group. Content break-match lines will typically be appropriate to bring the sign locations onto the drawing page.Traffic signal post √ √Traffic signal post number √Lanterns & signal group number √MAIN ROADS WESTERN AUSTRALIA ASSET DRAWINGS GUIDELINES – SECTION 2 – TRAFFIC CONTROL SIGNALS Page 5 of 25
  • Feature LM"A" LM"B" CommentPush buttons and group number √Target boards √Disconnected servicesVisors and Louvres Only on design/construction drawingIlluminated Flashing No Right Turn √SignsNorth Arrow √ √Rail crossing √ √Temporary signs Not to be shownBrick paving, seats, shubs/tree Not to be shownOne call logoPedestrian ramps √ √ Not to be shownFootpaths Not to be shownRRPMs √MRWA traffic signal area May be deleted when updating an existing asset drawingReference to design drawings √Company logos √ √CCTV √ Only when connected to the controllerGore (chevron) marking √ To be shown in outline onlyLand boundaries √ To be shown in outline only2.3.3Traffic Movement Diagram A Traffic movement diagram shall be located in the lower left corner of the LM ‘A’ drawing, detailing the phases with which the signals operate. Each phase shall be labelled as A, B, C, etc., according to the programmed operation of the signals. Alternative phases shall be labelled by addition of a number behind the phase number (Alt B1 and Alt B2). Signal group numbers shall be shown within each phase corresponding to the controller outputs. The movement numbers shall be shown against lanterns in the main body of the drawing.2.3.4Disconnected Services Over time intersections will undergo modifications. Some equipment may be disconnected (eg vehicle detection loops) or become redundant (eg where the pits cable routes get moved). To avoid the asset drawing becoming cluttered with obsolete information it is desirable not to show disconnected services. However, where conduits or equipment are installed for future modifications then a suitable note should be added to the body of the drawing. Otherwise disconnected services should not be shown.MAIN ROADS WESTERN AUSTRALIA ASSET DRAWINGS GUIDELINES – SECTION 2 – TRAFFIC CONTROL SIGNALS Page 6 of 25
  • 2.3.5Underground Post to Pit Connection Table Signal poles will either be wired as a ring main or pit system. If the site has a pit system installed then the asset drawing must contain a pit to pole connections table similar to the following: Pit/Controller Post Controller 1, 2, 12 A 3, 4, 5 B 6, 7, 8 C 9, 10, 112.3.6Traffic Signal Posts and Numbering Traffic signal posts should be numbered in a clockwise direction starting from the controller.2.3.7Lantern Aspect Size and Types Lantern aspect sizes will be 200mm or 300mm. The size and direction of each lantern shall be shown on the LM “A” drawing. Vehicle filter lanterns, pedestrian lanterns and cycle lanterns shall be shown by symbols as shown on drawing 8320-0400.2.3.8Detection Loops All detection loops for vehicles, bicycles and red light cameras shall be shown. Starting in an anti-clockwise direction from the northern most loop on the Western leg of the intersection, the loops (except Red Camera loops) should be allocated a loop number designated by L1 for the first loop, L2 for the second loop etc, until all loops are numbered in keeping with the programmed loop allocations. A diagram detailing the loop feeder cable route is also required to be detailed on the drawing. (A layout of the detector loop arrangement and connection to the loop pits is indicated on Drawing 9748-1114).2.3.9Pedestrian Detection Pedestrian push buttons shall be shown and marked with a PB number that will be paired with one on the opposite kerb side. Symbols for standard (non audio) and audio-tactile push buttons should match those shown on the standard symbols drawing.2.3.10Illuminated Flashing No Right Turn Signals Illuminated flashing NO RIGHT TURN signals shall be shown. A minimum of two signals shall be displayed for each direction of travel and attached to the dual primary and the secondary signal posts.2.3.11Rail Crossing Rail crossings shall be shown when the crossing is electrically co-ordinated with the traffic signal movements. The equipment to be shown on the “A” asset drawing will include boom gates, loops, conduits and controllers. The traffic movement diagram shall show phases for operation of the boom gates.MAIN ROADS WESTERN AUSTRALIA ASSET DRAWINGS GUIDELINES – SECTION 2 – TRAFFIC CONTROL SIGNALS Page 7 of 25
  • Conduit runs to the rail sensors shall be shown on the drawing. Wiring and termination schematics shall be provided on a separate sheet similar to the example shown in Section 2 – Appendix B.2.3.12Advance Flashing Warning Signals Advance Flashing Warning Signals comprise a standard diamond shaped signals ahead warning sign with a standard white on red PREPARE TO STOP sign on a rectangular yellow background, with two alternately flashing yellow signals located in the upper corners of the sign. Starting in a clockwise direction from the controller each sign shall be allocated a number designated by S1 for the first sign, S2 for the second sign and continuous until all signs are numbered.2.3.13Land Boundaries Land boundaries must be shown.2.3.14Typical Drawings Typical examples of LM “A” drawings are shown in Section 2 – Appendix A2.4LM “B” Road Marking and Signs Drawing Regulatory, warning signs and painted road markings shall be shown on the LM “B” drawing. Details shall include: • Stop lines and stop signs • Give Way signs • Lane widths • Lane separation lines (continuous and broken) and centrelines • Pavement arrows • Turning guidelines • Pedestrian walk guidelines • Hazard boards • Guardrails • Site specific marking and signing (yellow hazard gridline across rail crossing, bus bay, guard crossing) • Posts supporting signs • Traffic signal posts (post position only) • Reflectorised Raised Pavement markers (RRPM’s) • Regulatory traffic warning signs • Advanced Flashing warning signals • Street name tagsMAIN ROADS WESTERN AUSTRALIA ASSET DRAWINGS GUIDELINES – SECTION 2 – TRAFFIC CONTROL SIGNALS Page 8 of 25
  • The following signs need not be shown: • Major directional signs • Fencing • Guide signs • Tourist signs • Information signs • Signs not owned by MRWA2.4.1MRWA Traffic Signal Area Historically, the MRWA traffic signals area was defined on the “B” drawing as the area between the No Standing signs closest to the signal intersection. Whilst some existing “B” drawing may still show this area it is no longer required to be detailed on new (or updated) “B” drawings.2.4.2Dimensions & Sign Reference Where there is no distinguishing feature’s that assists location of the sign or marking then chainage dimensions to the nearest 0.5m should be shown.2.4.3Typical Drawings Typical examples of LM “B” drawings are shown in Section 2 – Appendix A2.5Site Documentation The provision of the following documentation together with the As Constructed drawings is compulsory; • Cable Chart – detailing (ring main or pit) cable connections. • Conflict Chart – classifying the severity of conflicts for each signal group and detailing in a matrix the conflicts between all signal groups. • Detector Chart – details the detector triggers (loops, pedestrian pushbuttons, rail detectors etc) and assigns demand functions, extension functions and other operational characteristics to these. • Timing Chart – containing BST (basic sequence timing) details. • Phase Sequence Chart – containing details of green display phases and signal group overlaps. • Intergreen and Pedestrian Times Design Chart – details timings for intergreen, all reds and pedestrian phases. • Scats Masterlink/Flexilink Chart – details interface parameters for a SCATS Masterlink mode and characteristics of Isolated and Flexilink operational modes.MAIN ROADS WESTERN AUSTRALIA ASSET DRAWINGS GUIDELINES – SECTION 2 – TRAFFIC CONTROL SIGNALS Page 9 of 25
  • • Site Inventory Report – containing basic equipment list and quantities and commission date. The provision of the following documentation together with the As Constructed drawings is compulsory when the particular elements have been installed; • AWFS Design and Timing Record – details design calculations for AWFS timing operation. • Diamond Filter Notes – details operational set-up of installation. • Railway Controller Interface Circuit – schematic circuit of MRWA and Railway interface at rail crossings.MAIN ROADS WESTERN AUSTRALIA ASSET DRAWINGS GUIDELINES – SECTION 2 – TRAFFIC CONTROL SIGNALS Page 10 of 25
  • SECTION 2 - Appendix ASAMPLE SITE DOCUMENTATIONCompulsory (All Sites)• Cable Chart• Conflict Chart• Detection Chart• Timing Chart• Phase Sequence Chart• Intergreen & Pedestrian Times Design Chart• SCATS Masterlink/Flexilink Chart• Site Inventory ReportCompulsory (As and When Element Installed)• AWFS Design and Timing Records• Diamond Filter Notes• Railway Controller Interface CircuitMAIN ROADS WESTERN AUSTRALIA ASSET DRAWINGS GUIDELINES – SECTION 2 – TRAFFIC CONTROL SIGNALS Page 11 of 25
  • LM: ### INTERSECTION: First St./Second St. CABLE CHART DATE:Ring Main Controller PIT CON CON CON CON A A A B B B B C C CCore No. FUNCTION Terminal POST 1 2 12 S2 3 4 5 6 7 8 S1 9 10 11 TPS TPS 1 V1 RED A5 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 V1 YELLOW A4 2 2 2 2 2 2 3 V1 GREEN A3 3 3 3 3 3 3 4 V2 RED A8 4 1 1 1 1 1 5 V2 YELLOW A7 5 2 2 2 2 2 6 V2 GREEN A6 6 3 3 3 3 3 7 V3 RED A11 4 4 4 8 V3 YELLOW A10 5 5 5 9 V3 GREEN A9 6 6 6 10 V4 RED A14 7 7 4 1 4 7 11 V4 YELLOW A13 8 8 5 2 5 8 12 V4 GREEN A12 9 9 6 3 6 9 13 V5 RED B5 4 4 4 4 4 4 14 V5 YELLOW B4 5 5 5 5 5 5 15 V5 GREEN B3 6 6 6 6 6 6 16 17 18 V6 GREEN B6 7 7 7 V 7 L/FLASH STHB B10 V 7 R/FLASH STHB B9 23 V 8 L/FLASH NTHB 24 V 8 R/FLASH NTHB 25 26 27 28 SAMPLE 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 P-BUTTON 1 E5 16 16 46 P-BUTTON 2 E6 16 16 47 P-BUTTON 3 E7 16 16 48 P-BUTTON 4 E8 16 16 GREY DET COMMON E3 Grey Grey Grey Grey Grey Grey Grey Grey Grey Grey Grey Grey Grey Grey Grey Grey BLK NEUTRAL A1 B1 C1 Black Black Black Black Black Black Black Black Black Black Black Black Black Black Black Black Black Black GRN/Y EARTH Earth TB Green/ Green/ Green/ Green/ Green/ Green/ Green/ Green/ Green/ Green/ Green/ Green/ Green/ Green/ Green/ Green/ Green/ Green/y yellow yellow yellow yellow yellow yellow yellow yellow yellow yellow yellow yellow yellow yellow yellow yellow yellow ellow MAIN ROADS WESTERN AUSTRALIA ASSET DRAWINGS GUIDELINES – SECTION 2 – TRAFFIC CONTROL SIGNALS Page 12 of 25
  • CONFLICT CHART MAIN ROADSLM : ### Western AustraliaDATE : Traffic & SafetyINTERSECTION : First St./Second St. SGP 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 1 X X X X 2 X X X X 3 X X X X 4 4 X X X 5 X X X 6 7 X X X X SAMPLE 8 8 9 10 11 12 12 13 14 15 16 16 SGRP 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 Major X X X X Minor X X Adjacent 4 5 Peds MAIN ROADS WESTERN AUSTRALIA ASSET DRAWINGS GUIDELINES – SECTION 2 – TRAFFIC CONTROL SIGNALS Page 13 of 25
  • DETECTOR CHARTLM : ### MAIN ROADS Western AustraliaDATE : Traffic & SafetyINTERSECTION : First St./Second St. LOOP DET SPECIFICATIONS REMARKS 1 1 X(A) APPROACH A1 2 2 X(A) APPROACH A1 3 3 L(B) X(B) APPROACH B1 4 4 L(B) X(B) APPROACH B1 5 5 L(B) X(B) APPROACH B1 6 6 X(A) APPROACH A2 7 7 L(C)IN(B) X(A,C) NX(A) PR7TO APPROACH C1 A3 SAMPLE 8 8 L(B) X(B) APPROACH B2 9 9 L(B) X(B) APPROACH B2 10 10 L(B) X(B) APPROACH B2 11 DP1(A) P(A) CALL AWAY TO BØ PUSHBUTTON NO.1 12 DP2(A) P(A,C) CALL AWAY TO BØ PUSHBUTTON NO.2 13 DP3(B) P(B) PUSHBUTTON NO.3 14 DP4(B) P(B) PUSHBUTTON NO.4 15 PRES(D) RAILWAY EARLY PRIORITY CALL CLEARANCE 16 PRES(E) RAILWAY LATE PRIORITY CALL BOOM GATES DOWN NOTES “A” PHASE DEMANDED ALWAYS 1 2 “A” to “C” PHASE CHANGE PROHIBITED 3 “B” to “D” Phase change uses Special RED “B” Time. 4 All demands and extensions are cancelled when "D" and/or “E” phase is called. 5 The BST is held in ALL RED period when going to "D" if Peds 1, 2, 3 or 4 are in Clearance or SGP4 is still timing the Amber / Red closing sequence. 6 DETECTOR 15: RAILWAY EARLY PRIORITY CALL CLEARANCE. 7 DETECTOR 16: RAILWAY LATE PRIORITY CALL, BOOM GATES DOWN. 8 The release of Detectors 15 and/or 16 will cancel the demands for A, B, C phases and cancel all the extensions. 9 If the railway call is registered while Peds1, 2, 3 or 4 are running, the clearance 1 timer will immediately be substituted by “A” Phase Late-start time in order to service the clearance phase “D” on time. 10 “C” to “D” Phase change, after ECO Green, will force “A” Phase demand to service AWFS. with ECO time. 11 “C” to “D” Phase change, before ECO Green, will use “A” Phase ECO Time for AWFS. 12 “E” to “D” Phase change will force “A” Phase demand to service AWFS. with ECO time. MAIN ROADS WESTERN AUSTRALIA ASSET DRAWINGS GUIDELINES – SECTION 2 – TRAFFIC CONTROL SIGNALS Page 14 of 25
  • TIMING CHARTLM : ### MAIN ROADS Western AustraliaDATE : Traffic & SafetyINTERSECTION : First St/Second St.CONTROLLER TYPE : PSCHOUSING TYPE : MK3CHECKSUM : $69DIRECTION A : MANDURAH RD. B : DIXON RD & GILMORE AVE. C : MANDURAH RD R/H TURN. D : RAILWAY CLEARANCE. E : RAILWAY - BOOM GATES DOWN.LATE START A 4 B SAMPLEC D E F GMINIMUM GREEN 4 6 6 6 6MAXIMUM GREEN 40 30 15E.C.O. GREEN 5.8 0 6 6YELLOW 5 5 5 5 5RED 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5SPECIAL RED 4GAP 1 3 3 3HEADWAY 1 1 1 1WASTE 1 8 6 4GAP 2 3 3HEADWAY 2 1 1WASTE 2 8 6GAP 3 3HEADWAY 3 1WASTE 3 4GAP 4HEADWAY 4WASTE 4 PED 1 PED 2 PED 3 PED 4 PED 5 PED 6 PED 7 PED 8DELAYWALK 8 6 6 6CLEARANCE 1 6 8 6 6CLEARANCE 2 5 5 5 5PRESENCE TIMES 7: 3sSPECIAL TIMES 20: 5sMAX. TRANSFERMAX. STEALFLEXILINKN.R.T. TIMESNOTES “A” PHASE IS ALWAYS DEMANDED. MAIN ROADS WESTERN AUSTRALIA ASSET DRAWINGS GUIDELINES – SECTION 2 – TRAFFIC CONTROL SIGNALS Page 15 of 25
  • PHASE SEQUENCE CHARTLM : ### MAIN ROADS Western AustraliaDATE : Traffic & SafetyINTERSECTION : First St/Second St. GREEN DISPLAY PHASES SIGNAL GROUP RED/OFF A B C D E OVERLAPS ARROW/SIGNAL SGP PERMITTED SUBJECT TO DURATION 1 X X E-A RAILWAY 2 X 3 X LS P1WLK 4 X X X C-A E-A RAILWAY 5 X X B-D RAILWAY SAMPLE 6 X 7F A M B E R / G R E E N * SEE NOTES 8F A M B E R / G R E E N * SEE NOTES MAIN ROADS WESTERN AUSTRALIA ASSET DRAWINGS GUIDELINES – SECTION 2 – TRAFFIC CONTROL SIGNALS Page 16 of 25
  • INTERGREEN & PEDESTRIAN TIMES DESIGN CHART MAIN ROADS Western Australia LM : ### Traffic & Safety DATE : INTERSECTION : First St./Second St. INTERGREEN TIMES PHASE CLEARANCE DETAILS LEGAL SPEED DESIGN SPEED INTERGREEN GROUP TRANSITION DISTANCE YELLOW RED YELLOW RED TOTAL A 1 – 6, 2 - 5 33 80 5 2 5 2 7 B 3–5 41 80 5 2 5 2 7 C 4–6 41 80 5 2 5 2 7 D 5–2 34 70 5 2 5 2 7 E F G 6-1 3 - 2, 4 – 1 35 19 SAMPLE 70 80 5 5 2 1 5 5 2 2 7 7 PHASE SPECIAL ALL REDS & SPECIAL MOVEMENT ALL REDS FROM TO CLEARANCE DETAILS DESIGN ALL PHASE or PHASE PHASE(S) SPEED RED S.M. NO. * GROUP TRANSITION DISTANCEA B,F 1.0 SM1A C,F 1.0 SM2 * Specify where timesetting is stored; the phase special all red or the special movement timesetting number. PEDESTRIAN TIMES DISTANCE DELAY WALK CLEARANCE PHASE MIN. `PE WALK PHASE SOLID D PHASE(S) Between Ped DISTANCE CLEARANCE NO. TIMES DON’T Ramps Times in Sec WALK CALC. CL1 CL2 1 A,B,F1 31 0 6 26 20 6 1 2 A,C,F2 30 0 6 25 19 6 1 3 D 27 0 6 23 17 6 1 4 E 31 0 6 26 20 6 1 5 6 7 8 MAIN ROADS WESTERN AUSTRALIA ASSET DRAWINGS GUIDELINES – SECTION 2 – TRAFFIC CONTROL SIGNALS Page 17 of 25
  • SCATS MASTERLINK/FLEXILINK CHART MAIN ROADS Western AustraliaLM : ### Traffic & SafetyDATE :INTERSECTION : First St./Second St. ISOLATED 1 NUMBER OF PHASES 6 2 ARTERIAL PHASE A 3 UNUSED MAX TIME TRANSFER A-BC SAMPLE 4 MAX TIME STEALING B-AC, C-AB 5 PROHIBITED PHASE SEQUENCES FLEXILINK NORMAL SEQ ALT SEQ (Y+) 1 PHASE SEQUENCE (PIVOT FIRST) ABCDEF ABCDEF LOOK AHEAD 2 LOOK AHEAD FROM A TO - 3 LOOK AHEAD FROM B TO - 4 LOOK AHEAD FROM C TO - 5 LOOK AHEAD FROM D TO - 6 LOOK AHEAD FROM E TO - 7 LOOK AHEAD FROM F TO - 8 LOOK AHEAD FROM G TO - RELEASE BY PSEUDO PHASE 9 AUTO RELEASE BY PSEUDO PHASE(S) B,C,D,E,F 10 R- RELEASE BY PSEUDO PHASE(S) A 11 R+ RELEASE BY PSEUDO PHASE(S) 12 Q- RELEASE BY PSEUDO PHASE(S) 13 Q+ RELEASE BY PSEUDO PHASE(S) RELEASE BY SIGNAL GROUP GREEN 14 AUTO RELEASE BY GROUP GREEN(S) 15 R- RELEASE BY GROUP GREEN(S) 16 R+ RELEASE BY GROUP GREEN(S) 17 Q- RELEASE BY GROUP GREEN(S) 18 Q+ RELEASE BY GROUP GREEN(S) SPECIAL FEATURES 19 Z- SPECIAL FACILITY 20 Z+ SPECIAL FACILITY MASTERLINK 1 DIS-ALARMED DETECTORS 2 Y- SPECIAL FACILITY AUTO PEDESTRIAN DEMANDS 3 Z- SPECIAL FACILITY CALL “B” PHASE 4 Z+ SPECIAL FACILITY CALL “C” PHASE XSF SIGNALS XSF FLEXILINK FUNCTION MASTERLINK FUNCTION 1 MAIN ROADS WESTERN AUSTRALIA ASSET DRAWINGS GUIDELINES – SECTION 2 – TRAFFIC CONTROL SIGNALS Page 18 of 25
  • 2 3 4 5 SAMPLEMAIN ROADS WESTERN AUSTRALIA ASSET DRAWINGS GUIDELINES – SECTION 2 – TRAFFIC CONTROL SIGNALS Page 19 of 25
  • SIT E INVENT ORY REPORTIntersection: L M No: Version: Report carried out by:Date: Job Number: SignalsDrawing No: __________________________________Special Functions (if applicable): Signs & Lines Drawing No: 1) Controller DATE FIRST INSTALLED (if known) ____/____/_______ 4) Power Supply 1.1 Documentation is accurate and relevant to the site Yes Indicate Supply Authority if not Western Power: _______________ Timing Chart Sw/board, Meter Number: ______________________________ _ Conflict Chart If Aerial Pole installed, indicate "y" Detector Chart If pole Top Isolator fitted, indicate "y" Cable wiring charts If pavement Fuse Link fitted, indicate "y" Phase sequence chart 5) Lanterns QTY QTY As constructed drawings Number of Lamps 20 Watt 67 Watt Processor Plus Card (HRS Version)(C.12) 30 Watt 100 Watt Housing Serial Number / Type / Mark If installed, number of illuminated NRTs Module Serial Number If installed, number of Red Light Cameras Software Checksum (C.9) If installed, number of Advanced Warning Signals 1.2 Number of LCBs (if PSC) SAMPLE QTY Number of Det Cards and Channels: Card 1_______Channels. Card 2_______Channels. Vehicle Detectors operate according to the site documentation Quantity of each AE 200 (ELV) Siemens 200 (ELV) 3Asp 2asp 1asp W/DW 1.3 Pedestrian Push Buttons operate according to the site documentations Siemens 300 (ELV) 1.4 Controller and cable pit are clean and free from surplus materials Target boards as per drawing, indicate if "y". 1.5 Communication type. (Cross out N/A) SCATS ----DUST----NOT CONNECTED 6) Pedestrian Push Buttons TYPE QTY 2) Signs and Roadmarking Yes NON AUDIBLE PPB 2.1 Signs have been installed according to the site documentation. AUDIBLE PPB 2.2 Roadmarking has been installed according to the site documentation. AUDIBLE PPB DRIVER 3) Field Hardware 7) Paint Condition Good Number of Push Button Poles Poles Number of Plain Poles Controller Number of Stubby Push Button Poles 8) Loops QTY Number of Stubby Protection Poles SYMETRIPOLE LOOPS Type of Ring Main Cable QUADRUPOLE LOOPS Number of Finial Caps METAL PLASTIC 11 METER LOOPS Number of Termination Pits if Installed BICYCLE LOOPS Laminated Charts in Pits if Applicable POLICE CAMERA LOOPS MAIN ROADS WESTERN AUSTRALIA ASSET DRAWINGS GUIDELINES – SECTION 2 – TRAFFIC CONTROL SIGNALS Page 20 of 25
  • SAMPLEMAIN ROADS WESTERN AUSTRALIA ASSET DRAWINGS GUIDELINES – SECTION 2 – TRAFFIC CONTROL SIGNALS Page 21 of 25
  • FIRST ST/SECOND ST ADVANCED WARNING FLASHERSLM : ###DATE :INTERSECTION : First St./Second St. FLASHERS SGP7 and SGP8 flashing AMBER/GREEN is at a rate of 1Hz (ie 0.5 sec ON/OFF) during EARLY CUT OFF GREEN of : "A” PHASE (ie SGP7 for SOUTH BOUND on Mandurah Rd) while SGP1 is RED or "A & C” PHASES (ie SGP8 for NORTH BOUND on Mandurah Rd). while SGP1 and/or SGP4 are RED. The "PREPARE TO STOP" SIGNS are located on the SOUTH BOUND and NORTH BOUND approaches of MANDURAH RD. The distance from the TRAFFIC SIGNALS STOP LINE and the EARLY CUT OFF TIME are shown below: Calculation of ECO AMBER for FLASHERS. SOUTH BOUND and NORTH BOUND SGP7/SGP8 EARLY CUT OFF TIME = (D(m) + 21.3)/V(m/s) D = DISTANCE from STOP LINE to SIGN, with NEGLIGIBLE GRADIENT and a posted speed limit of 80 Km/h, giving a DISTANCE of 106 metres. ECOG time (Early Cut Off Green). V = VELOCITY = Speed limit/time. Posted Speed Limit is 80 Km/h. V = 80x1000(m)/60x60(s) V = 22.2 m/s ECO = (106(m) + 21.3)/22.2(m/s) ECO = 5.73(s) - Therefore ECO time rounded off to 5.8s. MAIN ROADS WESTERN AUSTRALIA ASSET DRAWINGS GUIDELINES – SECTION 2 – TRAFFIC CONTROL SIGNALS Page 22 of 25
  • DIAMOND FILTER NOTES FIRST ST./SECOND ST. LM: ### Additional notes for Single Diamond FILTERThis site operates to Single Diamond standard with the following exceptions:• Filtering is always permitted on the A-B approach (signal group 3) during "A". - The SGP3 Red arrow will be held red during: . "A" phase late start interval following B, E, E1 and E2. . The pedestrian 1 Walk period . - The controller prevents local demands for "C" phase to inhibit the movement from "A" to "C", as the SGP2 is not permitted to overlap from "A" to "C". - Loop 3 places a demand for "E1" during "A" phase subject to the presence time on DET 3, to avoid a funny shut down situation ("A" to "E1") the controller will go from "A" to "E" phase. - Loop 3 extends "A" phase ( approach A3 ) until the presence timer has timed off.• Filtering is always permitted on the A-C approach (signal group 4) during "A". - The SGP4 Red arrow will be held red during: . "A" phase late start interval following C, E, E1 and E2. . The pedestrian 1 Walk period. - The controller prevents local demands for "B" phase to inhibit the movement from "A" to "B", as the SGP1 is not permitted to overlap from "A" to "B". - Loop 9 places a demand for "E2" during "A" phase subject to the presence time on DET 9, to avoid a funny shut down situation ("A" to "E2") the controller will go from "A" to "E" phase. - Loop 9 extends "A" phase ( approach A4 ) until the presence timer has timed off.Notes on SGP7 Left Turn:Signal Group 7 is green during B,D,E & E1 Phases but overlap only permittedfrom E - E1 phases. SGP7 closes down between phases B,D & E and remains Red at the start of those phases to permitright turn filter traffic from the opposing lane (loop11).Delayed start of SGP7 is subject to Special Timer 10.MAIN ROADS WESTERN AUSTRALIA ASSET DRAWINGS GUIDELINES – SECTION 2 – TRAFFIC CONTROL SIGNALS Page 23 of 25
  • RAILWAY CONTROLLER INTERFACE CIRCUIT LM### Date : / / First St / Second St E5 10 E6 11 EARLY CALL 2 RDA 1 core 2 LATE CALL 3 RDB 1 core 3 1 BBL RDA core 1 WESTRAIL CONNECTION BLOCK 1 BL MCP core 1 2 core 2 3 cable 2 core 3MAIN ROADS WESTERN AUSTRALIA ASSET DRAWINGS GUIDELINES – SECTION 2 – TRAFFIC CONTROL SIGNALS Page 24 of 25
  • SECTION 2 - Appendix BEXAMPLE DRAWINGSMAIN ROADS WESTERN AUSTRALIA ASSET DRAWINGS GUIDELINES – SECTION 2 – TRAFFIC CONTROL SIGNALS Page 25 of 25