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Old 03-17-2012, 03:56 PM   #10 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by Kodak View Post
I read somewhere that in a European country (I'm thinking Germany...can't be sure) there is a traffic system in which signs indicate what speed drivers can maintain so that they don't have to fully stop.
That would have been the Grüne Welle (D) or Green Wave , Groene Golf (NL)

We've had a few of them in Belgium, but they've fallen in disuse due to lack of maintenance etc.
They didn't always give a correct speed to catch the wave either.
Should be a lot easier with todays electronics and sensors.
In the north of Belgium, we're down to a measly 4 gov't employees synchronizing lights, while the administration puts up more traffic lights that these folks synchronize per year ... suffice to say, there's hardly any road at all where the lights are synchronized.
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