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The 27th JCT Traffic Signal Symposium & Exhibition

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Wednesday 14th September and Thursday 15th September at Nottingham Trent University, Nottingham City Campus.

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The 2022 Symposium will be held at Nottingham Trent University, Nottingham City Campus on Wednesday 14th September and Thursday 15th September 2022.

The format of the event will be the same as in previous years and include a Symposium programme filled with topical presentations, a specialist Exhibition, and plenty of opportunities to catch up with old friends and colleagues and network with new contacts.

The MOVA User Group will also be held at the City Campus on Tuesday 13th September.


For 26 years the JCT Symposium and exhibition has been bringing traffic signal practitioners together with manufacturers and to maintain a sense of community amongst signals engineers. It is intended to run as an affordable conference that is accessible to as many people as possible, regardless of experience and that encourages the exchange of knowledge, experience and good practice. Over the past few years, the symposium has consolidated its position as the UK's best conference event for traffic signals.

The Symposium & Exhibition runs over two days, and is preceded by the MOVA user group. It mixes conference style papers, the principal manufacturers, networking opportunities and organised social events in the evening. As far as content goes, the emphasis is on the signals community itself and JCT seeks submission of papers and presentations from working signal engineers, manufacturers and suppliers. The broad appeal of the programme means that papers are also welcome from policy makers, interest groups, and academics. If you would like to share your experience with the signals community then please let us know and we will do everything we can to help you including subsidising attendance at this event.

2022 Symposium Papers - Call For Papers

The Symposium Programme consists of around 20 papers. The Symposium's papers are written and presented by the signals community itself and JCT actively seeks submission of papers and presentations from working signal engineers, manufacturers and suppliers as well as policy makers, interest groups, and academics.

If you would like to submit a Working Title and a brief (one paragraph) synopsis to Up to two speakers per paper will attend free on the day of speaking and will qualify for a heavily discounted second day.

The 2021 presentations will be uploaded shortly and made accessible here, below is a link to the 2020 Symposium Webinar presentations:

Watch all Symposium 2020 presentations here


The Symposium has had a parallel exhibition for many years and features the main companies working in traffic control. Entry to the exhibition is free for Symposium delegates.

Here is a list of the 2021 exhibitors:

  • AGD
  • Aimsun
  • Aldridge Traffic Systems
  • Clearview Intelligence
  • Coeval
  • Dynniq
  • Teledyne FLIR
  • JCT Consultancy
  • Highways News
  • IHE
  • ITS UK
  • NAL
  • NOW Wireless
  • Nissen
  • PTV
  • Sm@rt Technology
  • Smart Video & Sensing
  • Swarco Traffic
  • SRL
  • TRL
  • TRP
  • TWM Traffic Control Systems
  • Vivacity Labs
  • Westcotec
  • Yunex Traffic

Sponsorship for 2022

Every year major companies sponsor events at the Symposium and Exhibition enhancing networking and subsidising key events. Sponsorship opportunities range from Goody Bags, to Evening and Lunchtime Meals, and of course the all-important Bar.

If you are interested in sponsoring any element of the 2022 Symposium and Exhibition please contact JCT at for a full list of opportunities and fees.

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