This Project is inspired by the situation incurred by pedestrians, which for the most part are students who need a crossway in order to obtain public transportation or to get to the school; the difficulties that are faced by the personnel to exit the parking lot as well as the students who have a vehicle and to help those parents who drop and pick up their children at the school. At the same time, we would like to reduce the amount of contaminated gas emissions that are emanated into our environment. As consequence of the emission of toxic substances, the air contamination can cause side effects such as the burning of eyes or ears, throat irritation and itching and or respiratory problems. Under determined circumstances, some chemical substances that are found in the contaminated air can produce cancer, congenital malformation, brain damage and disorders to the nervous system, as well as, pulmonary damage and harm to the respiratory tract. For the present investigation it has been suggested as a primary goal: The development of a device, in this case a traffic light, which has the objective to reduce the previously mentioned traffic/security problems that arise upon entering and exiting the institution. The secondary goal is to have a friendly ecological impact within our community. This device was built and tested during a month to obtain figures and demonstrate benefits reported. The device should be low maintenance, it should have a long lifetime and, be simple enough to be operated by those who use it. Among the benefits found, the safety of the students, the prevention of accidents such as: car crashes and run overs, etc. Our studies indicate that per week it is consumed an average of 2,020.16 liters of gasoline, in schedules of 13 hours (from 7:00 AM to 8:00 PM) to lessen this figure would have a good ecological impact since all the hydrocarbon emission are harmful to health.