Ten traffic lights with Japanese technology to be on test run in Dec. 2nd week

Officials inspect trial run of traffic lights with Japanese technology which uses centralized traffic control system at a junction in Yangon. Photo: Saw Thein Win
Officials inspect trial run of traffic lights with Japanese technology which uses centralized traffic control system at a junction in Yangon. Photo: Saw Thein Win

Yangon, 7 Dec — Ten traffic lights which have been replaced with Japanese technology traffic control system in Yangon will undergo trials in second week of December, according to the Yangon City Development Committee.
The work on installing the centralized traffic control system near Inlya Lake and Myagyuntha is scheduled to complete on 8 December, and on completion of it, the ten traffics will be on  trial run, said an official of the YCDC.
A memory system of the newly installed traffic lights will collect traffic data, send it to the central control system and run the traffic lights automatically without the help of traffic police, said Mr Satoru Ogawa, CEO of Wako
Company.
The new system can ease the traffic congestion if the people follow the signals, he added. Saw Thein Win

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