Traffic Signal Sites

The location of electronic traffic signals, designed, owned and or controlled and maintained by Main Roads Western Australia, that control vehicle and pedestrian traffic at an intersection or on a road are identified in this data set. The signal can be red, yellow, green or white light displays, and can include circular and arrow signals, pedestrian signals, bicycle crossing signals, B (bus) signals, overhead lane control signals, and twin red or yellow signals. This dataset was developed to identify the location of Main Roads' controlled electronic signals across Western Australia and assist in the management of this asset. Additionally, it records attribute information which includes the LM No (Asset ID.), Service Status, Signal Type, Intersection Name and Intersection Description.
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Data Portal http://portal-mainroads.opendata.arcgis.com/datasets/b88facc640314eeda3e5b0045cf228f6_28
Data Homepage https://mrgis.mainroads.wa.gov.au/arcgis/rest/services/OpenData/RoadAssets_DataPortal/MapServer/28
Author Main Roads WA
Maintainer Main Roads WA
Theme Transport
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Published on 2018-06-12
Data last updated on 2019-03-01
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