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Dear Prof Scott

Can there be design & construction challenges of installing Traffic signals in Tunnels?.

I'm not sure since I've never done construction.

From what I do know, however, there would be a few things that might come up.

The 1st would be - How do we connect the tunnel to the electricity? Is there a power line that runs nearby? If the power is far away, is it easy to construct a wire to it?

The 2nd would be - How hard is to wire through the tunnel? How can it be hooked to the lights?

Can it be implanted into the rock (probably not)? How hard is it to staple on to the wall? How big of staples do we need to make them stick in the wall for awhile? Would a glue that hardens into a wire holder work?

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