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Coeval are exhibiting & Sponsoring JCT Traffic Signal Symposium

Coeval is proud to announce that we are exhibiting at the 23rd  annual JCT Traffic Signal Symposium & Exhibition. We are also thrilled to be one of the event’s evening sponsors, an honour we share with companies such as Dynniq, NAL, Swarco, TRP and ARTSM. The exhibition will commence from Wednesday 12th to Thursday 13th September at The Nottingham Conference Centre, you’ll find us on Stand No. I1 & I2.

Over the two days of the exhibition, our stand will be showcasing such products as:

Variable Message Signs (VMS), Vehicle Activated Signs (VAS) and Temporary Traffic Signals, whilst promoting our wide-ranging sign capability and flexible control options including Bluetooth, Cloud-based technology and the impressive user interface (Command Console and Cloud Control).

Managing the stand will be Gordon Stitt (Operations Director), Garry Housley (Business Development Manager) and Lee Shepherd (Commercial Manager). With our representatives’ extensive history in design, manufacturing, installation and maintenance, a wealth of knowledge and expertise is on hand for your benefit. We will happily discuss your signalling needs, new projects you may have and any technical input you feel we can help you with.

About JCT Traffic Signal Symposium & Exhibition

JCT is an opportunity for us to showcase our capabilities as a leading supplier of High-calibre LED Road Signs & Traffic Control Systems, our high level of skilled engineers and also to boast our 30 years of experience in the highways industry. The exhibition brings together traffic signal practitioners, manufacturers, engineers and suppliers, for the purpose of becoming one of the best conferences for traffic signals.

Throughout the event, there will be key speakers covering a multitude of traffic signal topics from the UK, Ireland and even Australia, including:

  • Healthy Streets in London – using signals creatively to make the capital healthier (Transport for London)
  • Data Driven Decisions for Centralised Bus Priority in Dublin City (Dublin City Council)
  • The effect of minor traffic signals faults on congestion and emissions (Cumbria County Council)
  • Public Transport Priority in Melbourne (Vic Roads)

We look forward to sharing our insights and forging business connections at this year’s JCT,
and we look forward to meeting you there.


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