- Nov 23, 2007
- Reaction score
I don't think it's that because the priority I normally see the "don't walk countdown" come on, and then it gets to zero but the light still stays green for a while. At these locations the walk sign stays on the whole time, streetcars or buses present or not, so it doesn't appear to be holding a green. Even if it did, that Queen street one would be a very long hold after a long green.Sounds like symptoms of failed streetcar or bus detectors, resulting in priority interventions for non-existent transit vehicles. Normally the signal cycles downtown are about 60-80 seconds, but they can be increased if necessary to prioritize a TTC vehicle. If you see this occuring regularly in the absence of relevant streetcars/buses, let the City know because something's broken.