220hotwheels Posted October 16, 2021 Share Posted October 16, 2021 Hi Everyone To many of you the question that I am about to ask will probably have a very simply and maybe obvious answer but I am afraid to me it does not. The basic principle would seem to be relatively logical but putting that into practice is proving to be less straightforward. I wish to set up a traffic light system to control road vehicles. Whilst my layout has many complicated junctions generated in V6 I have concluded that if I can sort out the basics for one simple 'T' junction using V7 components then all of the rest will follow even if it means redoing all other junctions. My conclusion thus far is to assume that control comes in two parts. The first to set the traffic lights to change from red to amber/green or visa versa. This I assume would be done in the form of a timer so that the two lights on the main road would be "connected" and therefore work simultaneously with the one controlling the traffic from the side road changing in reverse to the other two but still at the same time. Part two, I assume, is to tell the respective vehicles to stop or start at the appropriate time using a suitable variable. If the basic principle is right then I am at somewhat of a loss as to just how to achieve this in EV. I've looked through and tried various options but so far got no where. Any guidance that anyone can offer would be most appreciated but please keep said advice as simple as possible, assume you are dealing with a complete novice when it comes to EV work. I have attached a screenshot of the junction involved Kind regards Pete Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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