The Bureau of Traffic Engineering consists of multi-discipline units responsible for traffic and electrical engineering design services that supports NJDOT'S Capital Program.
Electrical Engineering utilizes a system of pre-qualified
material referred to as EE
The materials in this listing are pre-qualified for
generic use on State projects. They may not meet all the specific
requirements of a particular project. During design, it will be
the responsibility of the designer to select the material that best
meets the specific requirements of the particular project in accordance
with the criteria established in the NJDOT Design
Manuals and Specifications
for that job.
Equipment that is NOT on this listing may be utilized,
but must be submitted for that specific project. Material to be
added to this list must be submitted to the Electrical Engineering,
for review. See Design Teams. Please
our office for the procedures for submitting, since each type of
material has a unique procedure. Since this material will be evaluated
for possible use on projects the time frame for approval can be
2 months. See our Electrical FAQ page.
It should be noted, that even though a luminaire is assigned an
EE approval number and is qualified for generic use on State projects,
it may not meet the specific requirements of a particular project.
During design, it will be the responsibility of the designer to
select a luminaire from the list of qualified photometric files
that best meets the specific requirements of the particular project
in accordance with the criteria established in Section
11 (Highway Lighting Systems) of the NJDOT Roadway Design Manual.
This manual is intended for use as a guide in the planning and design
of a highway lighting system that conforms to Department policy.
12 (Traffic Signal Design) of the NJDOT Roadway Design Manual
is intended for use as a guide in the planning and design of the
electrical portion of a traffic signal installation that conforms
to Department policy.
Standard Electrical Details
Note: The English Details currently have not been updated to the English working units, line codes and fonts. Only the nomenclature and dimensions have been revised.