Red Light Camera Validation

Leicestershire County Council recently deployed MetroCount’s RoadPod PhaseT traffic monitoring system to successfully validate a red light camera at a busy intersection. Richard Garratt, Senior Transport Analyst at Leicestershire County Council gives an overview of the project below and how

Traffic data that moves people

See photos below from the 2021 MOVE London expo. For questions regarding the world’s most accurate and reliable traffic monitoring systems, call +44 20 8782 8999 or email MetroCount at MOVE London

MetroCount strengthens its presence in LATAM

MetroCount is committed to strengthening its presence and support of those using our systems in Latin America. We recently welcomed Rocio Rodriguez as our Regional Manager for LATAM, who is working alongside Rafael Sigaran to achieve this. Last week we

MetroCount in India at TrafficInfraTech Expo

This year’s TrafficInfraTech Expo was a resounding success and MetroCount was proud to be a part of it. Due to Australia’s closed border, the MetroCount HQ team were unable to attend the expo. MetroCount’s Indian representative 3E Consulting manned the

MetroCount’s Perspective on the We Ride Australian Cycling Economy Report by EY

Recently, the We Ride Australian Cycling Economy Report by EY was launched, shining a light on the contribution cycling has had on the Australian economy in 2020. The report has been eagerly awaited by many, including us at MetroCount, as

MetroCount wins Sustainability Export Award

We’re over the moon to announce that MetroCount has been announced Western Australia’s most sustainable exporter at the WA Industry and Export Awards. The Governor of Western Australia, His Excellency Kim Beazley, and the Honourable Bill Johnston MLA presented MetroCount the

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

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