His method would not give you the individual power to switch the light to green. But if you were part of a group of cars approaching a red light, inexpensive traffic-flow sensors would detect your group in advance and turn the light to green. His simulations show that such adaptive traffic control is 30% more efficient than traditional ways of regulating traffic.
However, his system has not been adopted by any large city. So you'll continue to be frustrated by these ?%&$!§ traffic lights for a while. You'll find more details and references in this overview.
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