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telent’s Plug and Play system has been developed to drastically reduce road closures and disruptions

The state of the art Plug and Play system has been developed in conjunction with Transport for London’s (TfL) innovation programme. It involves pre-built poles and heads, pre-wired and commissioned controllers, and low level access points to allow for a four pole pedestrian crossing to be installed on site in less than four hours. This is a significant reduction in disruption for the local communities.

Through detailed planning, commissioning of equipment to be used in the build ahead of installation, and pre-installation testing, time on site can be drastically reduced, minimising the time required for lane rental and traffic management, which is an additional benefit for local authorities and taxpayers.

Commenting on the success of the project, Brendan M Sleight, Chief Engineer at TfL said: “This innovative approach from telent results in our improvement works being completed quicker. The impact on local residents and road users of traffic signal installation works has decreased from days to hours allowing the streets to be back up and running sooner.”


  • Reduced disruption to the general public
  • Reduced lane rental charges
  • Re-wired controller accepting IP68 rated plugs and sockets positioned to prevent water damage reducing failure times
  • All equipment tested and pre-commissioned prior to installation.

Detailed information can be is available on the datasheet below

Plug and Play

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