LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla.

— Driving in the suburbs of Lake Buena Vista, Florida, it feels like an age-old question.

What are the best traffic signals in town?

The answer?

They are simple: the traffic lights.

A few years ago, traffic engineers had to build traffic signal grids to connect downtown to the suburban neighborhoods of Lake Villa.

And then, when the Florida Department of Transportation needed to upgrade the system, they had to replace it with an even simpler signal system.

It’s a simple set of signals, the kind you might see at a typical suburban mall or grocery store.

But for a much smaller part of the population, these signals have been the mainstay of local traffic flow.

They are simple, reliable and often very easy to read.

And they help keep the roads moving.

That’s why they are used by more than 4 million motorists per day, and why they can often be seen in all sorts of traffic signals around the world.

For the past 15 years, the Federal Highway Administration has recommended the placement of the signals in order to increase safety, cut down on accidents and improve the overall traffic flow in the U.S. But they also recommend that they be positioned as far apart from each other as possible, so that drivers don’t have to switch to the other signal, especially if they have other signals to look for.

The Florida Department has been working on a solution for a decade.

They’ve looked at all kinds of different traffic signals.

They have used various types of lights, including red, green, yellow and white.

The idea was to place the signal closest to the nearest other traffic light, making it easy for drivers to know which signal is best.

The idea was not to simply replace one signal with another.

The first idea was a simple one: place the signals near the nearest intersection.

The Florida Department found that the best way to ensure safety is to have all the traffic light locations within about one-quarter mile of each other.

In other words, the first signal should be at least half a mile from the next.

But this is not always the case.

For example, it’s possible that a red signal at a busy intersection will turn drivers off, leading them to miss a green signal at the next intersection.

A yellow signal at another intersection may not be a very good signal.

In such cases, the next signal should have the same location as the first.

The next idea was more complicated.

It came from studying the signal placement in the United Kingdom.

There, there is a traffic light on the left side of the road, and the signals are placed about two-thirds of a mile apart.

The traffic lights have been installed at different locations in the city of Cambridge, England, but there is no similar traffic light at the other end of the street, at a traffic signal that is much closer.

So the next traffic signal should also be about two miles from the other traffic signal.

The problem was that this intersection was not in the center of the city.

It was in the outskirts, just a few blocks from the central business district.

So it was very difficult for drivers with other signals looking for this intersection to know whether the next light was going to be on the other side of town or on the outskirts of the town.

The solution?

The next traffic light should be a little further away from the first, and that signal should take the place of the first traffic light.

But there is still a problem.

It is difficult for the drivers to tell which signal to look at.

The problems were solved in 2006 when the FHWA and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration issued a joint report, Traffic Signal Performance Improvement, recommending the placement and placement of traffic signal systems along with other features of the system.

But it’s a complicated process, and sometimes traffic engineers need to get creative.

A year ago, engineers were still trying to find the right location for the next round of traffic lights to be placed.

The first round had been a success, but they needed to be able to move it into the next phase, when more signals would be installed.

So, the FHP decided to redesign the traffic signal grid, using a new technology called adaptive lighting.

The new system can detect and adapt to changes in traffic, allowing the next system to be more accurate.

The FHP has a big advantage.

The technology was designed to work at night, so the system was designed around the need to reduce the amount of glare from roadways.

The system is sensitive to traffic lights at night.

And the system is adaptive, meaning that it can adapt to different conditions and time of day, giving it more flexibility.

When they looked at the new traffic signals, engineers realized that they could not make the next version of the traffic signals at the intersection as accurate as the previous version.

That is, they needed more than a couple of years to get the system to the