Traffic Signalization

Armour & Sons Electric provides across-the-board service for all signalization and street lighting needs. From installation of new signals to the modification and maintenance of existing systems, Armour & Sons is the best in the area. We have contracts with over fifty municipalities to provide traffic signal and street light maintenance, including 24-hour emergency service.

Our traffic division has a long history of installing traffic signals for municipalities across Eastern Pennsylvania. From the initial stages of planning and excavation all the way through the final inspection and follow-up maintenance, Armour & Sons offers the complete package when it comes to traffic signal installation.

Among our many capabilities, we specialize in closed loop systems and installation of fiber optic communications systems. Our traffic division offers preventive maintenance programs to help our customers avoid expensive and time-consuming future repairs.

Many municipalities depend on Armour & Sons for the installation, modification, and maintenance of their street lighting, and several area school districts turn to Armour & Sons for installation and service of their school warning flashers.

In addition to the public entities we serve, Armour & Sons' expert knowledge transfers to the private sector as well. We handle traffic signal and lighting needs for shopping centers, housing developments, parks, and others.

We have prequalification status with PennDOT, and all of our traffic signal technicians are IMSA certified in Work Zone Safety, Traffic Signal Technician Level 1 and Level 2.

Noteworthy Projects
  • Newtown Sycamore Streetscape Project
  • Bristol Borough Ornamental Traffic Signals
  • Upper Merion Closed Loop System for PennDOT Traffic Control Center
  • Bristol Township Route 413 Ornamental Lighting & Traffic Signal Project
  • City of Bethlehem Closed Loop System
  • Collegeville Borough Traffic Signal & Ornamental Street Lighting Project


Our Traffic Maintenance & Street Light capabilities span across 52 municipalities.