Common Features to Recognize Actuation

In the photograph below, three features of actuation are circled:

  • the camera overhead aimed at the left-turning lanes across the street;
  • the pedestrian button; and
  • the large metal box.

    Photo shows a camera shaped like a white tube and attached next to the traffic signal over the street, a pedestrian button near the crosswalk, mounted on the pole that has the walk sign (pedestrian signal), and a large grey-brown metal box sitting on the sidewalk near near the crosswalk, about 4 feet high, 2 feet deep and 3 feet wide.

    In the photo below, there are circles around or arrows pointing to the:
  • large metal box
  • pedestrian button, and
  • grooves in the pavement that house the wires connected to the computer

    Photo shows a street with two grey parallel lines in the middle of the left-turning lane -- the lines are parallel and about 3 feet apart; a pedestrian button on a pole near the sidewalk and a large grey metal box sits in the grass on the other side of the sidewalk -- it is about 4 feet high, 2 feet deep, and 3 feet wide.

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