Getting more pedestrians across the line
With two major sporting venues generating crowds of varying sizes, Nottinghamshire County Council needed a way to dynamically adjust pedestrian green time on a significant crossing outside Trent Bridge cricket ground.
Getting it right
West Sussex County Council efficient stop-line detector
A new approach to cycle detection
Newcastle City Council wanted to improve the efficiency of its signalised junctions by ensuring cyclists are accurately detected and ghost demands minimised.
Cambridgeshire County Council wanted to improve the safety of its pedestrian crossings in areas of high demand and help ease cycle congestion at city centre junctions. Traffic signals consultancy Green Signals set up two…
Application Study – AGD 645 Pedestrian Detector Enhanced Detection with larger pedestrian wait areas
As ‘smart’ cities work to manage congestion and necessarily become less vehicle friendly, the need to move more pedestrians safely across higher traffic densities with even more efficiency has grown. As volumes have expanded…
Solihull Council keeps traffic moving and pedestrians safe with new crossing technology
Solihull Council wanted to improve traffic flow and enhance safety on its pedestrian crossings. A larger pedestrian detection zone would help ensure optimal performance and a live video feed to its UTC centre would help the…