MUTCD guidelines indicates that traffic signals should primarily be used only when necessary. Yet sometimes traffic signals are installed when they are not needed, and changing traffic patterns can cause signals that were originally warranted to no longer be useful. These unneeded traffic signals can cause crashes and unnecessary delays, and drain agency resources, however, there is often a reluctance to remove an unneeded traffic signal. Intersection Control Evaluation helps determine if a signal is the best form of control and can be used to justify removal. Find out how to perform a traffic signal removal study in this information-packed session.