SHA Response – Loop Detectors

A bicycle loop detector is a traffic control device. Read more here: http://www.techtransfer.berkeley.edu/newsletter/07-2/bike_detection.php

One of the pitfalls of the loop detectors is that bikes need to know how to place themselves to actuate it. In the event that one of these is installed, I will be sure to post more information here about its use.

Here are some photos on flickr: http://www.flickr.com/photos/voidoid21/1408419197/

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6 Responses to SHA Response – Loop Detectors

  1. Eli says:

    Too many cyclists don’t know how to use the loops meant for cars. When you’re on a group ride and everyone pulls out in front of the induction loop in the road and complains that the light doesn’t work its really hard not to laugh at them

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