Type 2070 Traffic Signal Controller

Workshop: Transportation Engineering: Civil and Environmental Engineering | May 1 – 2, 2017 every day | 8 a.m.-5 p.m. |  DoubleTree Hotel

 2233 Ventura Street, Fresno, CA 93721

 Jeff McMullen, City of Fresno; Donald Shupp, Western Pacific Signal

 Technology Transfer Program

Many California cities have started using the Type 2070 Advanced Traffic Controller (2070 ATC), which is also used for advanced transportation system applications. This hands-on course provides working knowledge about the capabilities, uses, and operations of the Type 2070 controller, as well as how to program signal timing plans into the controller. The course covers all key topics ranging from controller hardware, module options, diagnostic tools, field applications of the 2070 ATC, implementation issues, to how to upgrade from Type 170 or NEMA controllers. The course combines lectures with classroom exercises, case-studies, and hands-on controller labs.

 All individuals interested in gaining knowledge and proficiency in the uses and operations of the 2070 ATC will benefit from this course. No prior background in traffic controllers is required, although basic knowledge of traffic signal timing is desirabl

 registrar@techtransfer.berkeley.edu, 510-643-4393