Golfing around with original clients at LGSA Expo

Golfing around with long-standing clients at LGSA Expo

It was great to catch up with so many long-standing WA clients at last week’s Local Government Supervisor’s Association (LGSA) Expo and Conference! These Western Australian local councils have been using MetroCount solutions for the last 20+ years! It was

Exciting new technologies at AITPM Traffic and Transport Conference 2019

This year’s AITPM National Traffic and Transport Conference held in ever-progressive Adelaide was a colossal success. With record breaking numbers of attendees, many being young professionals, the 3-day event was packed with thought-provoking presentations and workshops, city tours and a

Keeping traffic data weird at ITE Austin

Transportation Transformed at ITE Austin

MetroCount kept it weird at this year’s Institute of Transport Engineers conference in Austin, Texas. With a central theme of ‘Transportation Transformed’ the summit focused on: road, bike and pedestrian safety, the emergence of micro-mobility technologies. The stunning growth of

Bikes For All at Velo-City Conference Dublin 2019

Bikes For All At Velo-City Dublin 2019

At this year’s global cycling summit keynote speakers and attendees alike agree on the need for better and increased monitoring of shared paths and bike lanes.

Traffic Data Advice

Challenges of Traffic Surveying in Western Australia

Thought provoking advice on traffic data analysis from 3 West Australian professionals.

Rural traffic counting in Flagstaff, Canada

Rural Traffic Counting in Flagstaff, Canada

For the past six years, the Council of Flagstaff County in Alberta, Canada have been successfully surveying traffic at 56 varying rural locations.

Traffex 2019: Introducing new counting solutions

We spent the first week of April in Birmingham, exhibiting at Traffex 2019. During three busy days, we met old friends and formed new connections in the traffic industry. Keeping with MetroCount tradition, Traffex has been a chance to introduce

Canton Ticino: Retrofitting loop counters

Switzerland has a dense network of roads and railways. Most roads are municipal, but over 25% are managed by the 26 cantons. Although only 2.48% or roads are in the charge of the Fedro (Swiss Federal Roads Office), this infrastructure is

Comprehensive bicycle data

We kicked off the 2019 exhibition season in London with the first edition of MOVE. During two days, about 3000 visitors from 74 countries have attended hundreds of presentations about the latest transportation technologies, models and ideas. Bicycle data: The

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