Traffic

Signals and Lighting Standard Drawings

Current

The issue date is provided to assist the user in determining the most recent revision (but is not the official release date of the Standard). It is the responsibility of the user to make sure they are using the most recent revision.  Signed drawings are on file in the Traffic Engineering Office. Drawing numbers and content change periodically.

A history of changes is available on the SLS Drawing Change List.


SeriesDrawing NumberDrawing NameDate
T.S. 0
0-1 Abbreviations October 2013

0-2 (1/3) Plan Symbols January 2012

0-2 (2/3) Plan Symbols January 2012

0-2 (3/3) Plan Symbols January 2012

0-3 (1/2) Standard Definitions March 2010

0-3 (2/2) Standard Definitions March 2010

0-4 Reference Documents and General Requirements March 2010
T.S. 1
1-1 (1/2) Light Duty - Light Weight No. 5 and No. 7 Pull Box September 2011

1-1 (2/2) Light Duty - Light Weight No. 5 and No. 7 Slope Wall Body Pull Box Details September 2011

1-2 Heavy Duty No. 5 and No. 7 Straight Body Wall Pull Box Details September 2011

1-3 Replacement Lid Sizing for Existing No. 5 and No. 7 Pull Boxes September 2011

1-4 (1/3) Typical Pull Box Installation and Wiring Details September 2011

1-4 (2/3) Typical Pull Box Installation and Wiring Details September 2011

1-4 (3/3) Typical Pull Box Installation Details September 2011

1-5 (1/2) Electrical Conduit Cover and Trench Requirements September 2011

1-5 (2/2) Conduit Expansion Couplings September 2011

1-6 Conductor Requirements September 2011

1-7 Traffic Signal IMSA Cable Color Codes March 2010

1-8 (1/2) Front of Barrier Junction Box September 2011

1-8 (2/2) Back of Barrier Junction Box September 2011

1-9 Top of Barrier Junction Box Details September 2011

1-10 Top of Barrier Junction Box Details September 2011

1-11 (1/3) Heavy Duty Lighting No. 4 and No. 6 Pull Box October 2013

1-11 (2/3) Heavy Duty Lighting No. 4 and No. 6 Pull Box October 2013

1-11 (3/3) Heavy Duty Lighting No. 4 and No. 6 Pull Box Lid October 2013
T.S. 2
2-1 Foundation for Type II Load Center Cabinet March 2010

2-2 Foundation for Type IV Load Center Cabinet March 2010

2-3 Foundation for Type III Control Cabinet March 2010

2-4 Foundation for Type IV, V Control Cabinets March 2010

2-5 Type A Foundation for 340 Controller Cabinets March 2010

2-6 Meter Pedestal Cabinet Foundation and Base March 2010

2-7 Traffic Signal UPS Cabinet Foundation Detail March 2010
T.S. 3
3-0 Notes for Type II and IV Load Center Cabinets December 2012

3-1 Type II Load Center Cabinet March 2010

3-2 Type IV Load Center Cabinet March 2010

3-3 Type II Load Center Cabinet Wiring Details 240/480 3W /Disconnect March 2010

3-4 (1/2) Photo Electric Cell Mounting Details March 2010

3-4 (2/2) Photo Electric Cell Mounting Details March 2010

3-5 (1/2) Type I and II Meter Pedestal Cabinet March 2010

3-5 (2/2) Meter Pedestal Cabinet December 2012

3-6 Type III Control Cabinet March 2010

3-7 Pole Mount for Type III Control Cabinet March 2010

3-8 (1/2) Pole Mount Details for Type III Control Cabinet March 2010

3-8 (2/2) Pole Mount Details for Type III Control Cabinet March 2010

3-9 (1/3) Type IV and V Control Cabinet Notes March 2010

3-9 (2/3) Type IV Control Cabinet March 2010

3-9 (3/3) Type V Control Cabinet March 2010

3-10 Cabinet Extension Elevator Base March 2010

3-11 Control Cabinet Mounted Service Enclosure March 2010

3-12 (1/2) 120/240 or 240/480 Volt, Single Phase Utility Pull Section and Service Disconnect Details March 2010

3-12 (2/2) 120/240 or 240/480 Volt, Single Phase Utility Pull Section and Service Disconnect Details March 2010

3-13 (1/3) Traffic Signals & Lighting Model 345 Cabinet Details March 2010

3-13 (2/3) Traffic Signals & Lighting Model 345 Cabinet Details March 2010

3-13 (3/3) Traffic Signals & Lighting Model 345 Cabinet Cage Detail March 2010
T.S. 4
4-1 Type A Pole October 2013

4-2 "Type ""E"" Pole" October 2013

4-3 "Type ""F"" Pole" October 2013

4-4 "Type ""G"" Pole" October 2013

4-5 "Aluminum Type ""G"" Pole" October 2013

4-6 "Aluminum Type ""H"" Pole" October 2013

4-7 "Aluminum Type ""I"" Pole" October 2013

4-8 "Type ""J"" Pole" October 2013

4-9 "Type ""K"" Pole" October 2013

4-10 "Type ""Q"" Pole" October 2013

4-11 "Type ""R"" Pole" October 2013

4-12 "Type ""S"" Pole" October 2013

4-13 "Aluminum Type ""S"" Pole" October 2013

4-14 (1/2) "Type ""T"" Pole" October 2013

4-14 (2/2) "Type ""S"" and ""T"" Steel Twin Luminaire Mounting Bracket and Extensions" October 2013

4-15 "Aluminum Type ""T"" Pole" October 2013

4-16 "Type ""U"" Pole Elliptical Base Details" October 2013

4-17 (1/6) "Type ""U"" Pole Square Base" October 2013

4-17 (2/6) "Type ""U"" Pole Round Pole / Square Base" October 2013

4-17 (3/6) "Type ""U"" Pole Round Pole / Square Base" March 2010

4-17 (4/6) "Type ""U"" Pole Round Pole / Square Base" October 2013

4-17 (5/6) "Type ""U"" Pole Round Pole / Square Base" October 2013

4-17 (6/6) "Type ""U"" Pole Round Pole / Square Base" October 2013

4-18 "Type ""V"" Pole and 60' or 65' Mast Arm" October 2013

4-19 "Type ""W"" Pole and 60' or 65' Mast Arm" October 2013

4-20 Pole Hand Hole Detail March 2010

4-21 Equipment Mounting Height Details March 2010

4-22 "Pedestrian Push Button Post ""Type PB Pole""" October 2013

4-23 Pole Foundation Anchor Bolts October 2013

4-26 Steel Mast Arm Details Luminaire and Signal Arms to 20' March 2010

4-27 Aluminum Truss Arm Details Type G, H, and I Poles March 2010

4-28 Signal Mast Arm Connection Detail Type J and Q Poles March 2010

4-29 Signal Mast Arm Connection Detail Type K and R Poles March 2010

4-30 "Mast Arm Connection Detail Type ""V"" and ""W"" Poles" March 2010

4-31 Signal Mast Arm Tenon Detail March 2010

4-32 Typical Highway Lighting Offsets in Cut and Fill Sections December 2012
T.S. 5
5-0 Type 2 and 3 Cast Aluminum Break-Away Bases December 2012

5-1 Type 2 Cast Aluminum Break-Away Base December 2012

5-2 Type 3 Cast Aluminum Break-Away Base December 2012

5-3 Installation Details for Pole Foundations with Type 2 and 3 Break-Away Bases December 2012
T.S. 6
6-1 Type C Vehicle Detector Loops for Traffic Counters March 2010

6-2 (1/3) Type SA and SB Speed/Vehicle Classification Systems March 2010

6-2 (2/3) Type SA Speed/Vehicle Classification Systems March 2010

6-2 (3/3) Type SB Speed/Vehicle Classification Systems March 2010

6-3 Piezoelectric Weight Sensor and Loop Lane Layout December 2012

6-4 (1/5) Detector Loops and Piezoelectric Sensor Details December 2012

6-4 (2/5) Detector Loops and Piezoelectric Sensor Details December 2012

6-4 (3/5) Detail A Piezoelectric Sensor Details December 2012

6-4 (4/5) Detail B Detector Loop Details December 2012

6-4 (5/5) Detector Loops and Piezoelectric Sensor Details December 2012

6-5 Microloops for Speed/Vehicle Classification March 2010

6-6 Quartz Piezoelectric Weight Sensor and Loop Lane Layout March 2010

6-7 Traffic Data Collection Cabinet Installation Details March 2010

6-8 Type MPD Cabinet Pole, Base and Foundation Installation Details March 2010
T.S. 7
7-1 (1/5) Loop Detector Location Sawcut Patterns and Installation Details March 2010

7-1 (2/5) Saw Cut and Coring Details March 2010

7-1 (3/5) Saw Cut and Coring Details March 2010

7-1 (4/5) Typical Detector Loop Lead-In Road to Pull Box Detail March 2010

7-1 (5/5) Loop Detector Location and Installation Details March 2010

7-2 Pre-Formed Loop Detectors for Ramp Metering and Counting March 2010

7-3 Pre-Formed Loop Detectors in Bridge Deck March 2010

7-4 Pre-Formed Loop Detectors in PCCP March 2010

7-5 Typical Pre-Formed Loop Detector Stub-Out Detail March 2010
T.S. 8
8-0 Traffic Signal Vehicle Face Assembly Requirements and Details January 2012

8-1 Vehicle Traffic Signal Face Assembly January 2012

8-2 Vehicle Traffic Signal Face Assembly January 2012

8-3 Vehicle Traffic Signal Face Assembly January 2012

8-4 (1/4) 12-Inch Vehicle Traffic Signal Housing/Section October 2013

8-4 (2/4) 12-Inch Vehicle Traffic Signal Housing/Section Notes January 2012

8-4 (3/4) Vehicle Traffic Signal Housing/Section Details January 2012

8-4 (4/4) Visors for 8-Inch and 12-Inch Vehicle Traffic Signal Face Assemblies March 2010

8-5 Flashing Beacon Signal Face Assembly January 2012

8-6 LED Lamp for Programmed Visibility Signal January 2012

8-7 (1/3) Pedestrian Signal Assembly Requirements and Details January 2012

8-7 (2/3) Pedestrian Signal Assembly Housing January 2012

8-7 (3/3) Pedestrian Signal Assembly Visor January 2012
T.S. 9
9-0 (1/2) Mounting Assembly General Requirements March 2010

9-0 (2/2) Mounting Assembly General Requirements March 2010

9-1 Type I and II Mounting Assemblies March 2010

9-2 Type III and IV Mounting Assemblies March 2010

9-3 Type V Mounting Assembly October 2013

9-4 Type VI Mounting Assembly March 2010

9-5 Type VII Mounting Assembly March 2010

9-6 Type VIII Mounting Assembly March 2010

9-7 Type IX Mounting Assembly March 2010

9-8 Type X Mounting Assembly March 2010

9-9 Type XI Mounting Assembly March 2010
T.S. 10
10-1 Miscellaneous Signal Mounting Parts March 2010

10-2 Mast Arm Signal Plumbizer March 2010

10-3 Signal Mounting Pole Plate Details March 2010

10-4 Terminal Compartment, Side Mounted and Pole Top Mounted March 2010
T.S. 11
11-1 Type I Pedestrian Push Button Housing Assembly March 2010

11-2 Can Style Pedestrian Push Button March 2010
T.S. 12
12-1 (1/3) Advance Warning Flasher Pole Detail March 2010

12-1 (2/3) Advance Warning Flasher Pole Sign Mounting Details March 2010

12-1 (3/3) Advance Warning Flasher Pole Detail March 2010
T.S. 13
13-1 Sign Lighting Detail for Tubular Sign Structures March 2010

13-2 Fuse Panel Details for Sign Lighting March 2010

13-3 Placement of Lighting Fixtures for Overhead Signs March 2010
T.S. 14
14-1 (1/3) High Pressure Sodium (HPS) Lamps March 2010

14-1 (2/3) High Pressure Sodium (HPS) Lamps March 2010

14-1 (3/3) High Pressure Sodium (HPS) Lamps March 2010

14-2 Pedestrian Bridge Lighting Details March 2010
T.S. 15
15-0 (1/3) General Notes January 2012

15-0 (2/3) General Notes January 2012

15-0 (3/3) General Notes January 2012

15-1 (1/6) Steel Pole Typical Details January 2012

15-1 (2/6) Steel Pole Foundation Details January 2012

15-1 (3/6) Steel Pole Attachment Details January 2012

15-1 (4/6) Wood Pole Typical Details January 2012

15-1 (5/6) Wood Pole Typical Details January 2012

15-1 (6/6) Typical Details January 2012

15-2 Hanger and Balance Adjuster Typical Details January 2012

15-3 (1/3) Signal Assembly Details January 2012

15-3 (2/3) Conductor Entrance Heads Type A, B, and C January 2012

15-3 (3/3) Aluminum Pipe Extension and Typical Details January 2012

15-4 (1/3) Adjustable Sign Hanger Typical Details January 2012

15-4 (2/3) Adjustable Sign Hanger Typical Details January 2012

15-4 (3/3) Adjustable Sign Hanger Typical Details January 2012

15-5 Adjustable Hanger Top and Extension Details January 2012

15-6 Signal Tether Clamp Typical Details January 2012

15-7 Pole Band Typical Details January 2012

15-8 Weatherhead Typical Details January 2012