ATCC 96.5% accurate on Indian roads

An independent study has shown that MetroCount automatic traffic counters and classifiers (ATCC) provide average accuracy of 96.5% when monitoring vehicles on Indian roads. This incredible result is a testament to the 3 decades of tireless research, development and continual

MetroCount data proves Wollongong cycleway a hit

People said no-one would use the Smith Street bike track but [Wollongong City] council data claims thousands of riders are taking advantage of it. The controversial pop-up bike path sparked opposition because it changed most of Smith Street into a one-way

Five ways to tell if bike lanes are working

We’ve gone mad for bikes in Melbourne and, as a result, ‘pop-up’ bike lanes are now being trialled across the Melbourne CBD and several inner city suburbs. The question for many is: how much are they being used? Evaluation is a

Hometown proud: LGSA Conference Perth

We’re proud to have participated in this year’s Local Government Supervisor’s Association LGSA Conference in Perth, MetroCount’s hometown. As a family-owned company founded in Western Australia over 30 years years ago, we’re still here to offer support to those that

SPEEDING UP THE MOBILITY TRANSITION: MAURICE BERGER, METROCOUNT

“By shifting our focus our social impact has become a lot bigger.” With the continuous growth of the population and ongoing urbanization there are numerous mobility challenges. Sustainability, safety and societal impact are amongst our daily concerns. We need to

Monitoring cycling in the world’s bicycle capital

Active transport advocates worldwide look to Amsterdam for inspiration and advice on how to encourage cycling as a safe, attractive and effective mode of transport. We chatted with Maarten van der Lof, the City of Amsterdam’s Traffic and Public Space

Road Impact Studies in Guatemala

Since 2016, urban development consultants Analitica have been using automatic traffic counters to conduct road impact studies throughout Guatemala. We chatted with Analitica’s director, Oldin Ramirez to hear how MetroCount traffic monitoring systems have played a key role in informing

Australia: Cycling trends pre, during and post-COVID

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Cycling levels around Australia have increased by up to 69% compared to pre-COVID. After the initial COVID bike boom, cycling levels dropped and plateaued at higher-than-normal across Australia. E-scooter use has increased dramatically with some sites recording

Business Case for ATLYST – Logan City Council

Just south of Brisbane sits Logan City Council, a sprawling local government with a road network that connects 958 km2 of land throughout 70 suburbs. The Council’s newly created Traffic Management Centre has been tasked with establishing an organised traffic count

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