The Traffic Survey That Led Amsterdam to Ban Mopeds from Bike Paths

The Municipality of Amsterdam recently banned mopeds from bike paths within the city. An extensive traffic survey carried out by MetroCount Netherlands in 2018 informed the council on percentages and speeds of light mopeds compared to bicycles. This information was

Monitoring Traffic with Remote Technology in Sydney

Inner West Council recently started using remote technology to monitor traffic across their road networks. This has allowed them to drastically cut the time spent checking on surveys and implement a much more efficient and effective data collection process. The

Remote Traffic Surveys: Staying Safe & Saving Resources

Tracsis is one of the UK’s largest traffic surveying consultancies. They use the MetroCount Remote Access Link to connect deployed traffic counters with their office-based control room. Being able to remotely download data and perform daily checks on surveys from

How can traffic data inform us during COVID-19?

We’re seeing massive changes in all traffic behaviour due to the global spread of COVID-19 coronavirus. So how can traffic data inform us to make important decisions during the pandemic? Although passenger vehicle volumes have reduced, we are seeing the

Charity Ride For Cancer A Resounding Success

Thank you to all the organisers, volunteers and participants of the 2020 Life Cycle for CanTeen charity ride. The event was a huge success and has generated almost $70,000 of funds! These will go directly to supporting youth dealing with

Traffic Counter Convicts Driver of Manslaughter

Data generated by MetroCount traffic counters is so precise and detailed it has been used in multiple court cases to convict drivers of manslaughter. In the recently documented case of a hit-and-run incident that left a cyclist dead on the

Mobility Re-Imagined at MOVE Expo

Khailum and Emily recently attended MOVE: Mobility Re-Imagined Expo in London. Together they brought over a decade of experience in monitoring traffic for improving road safety, simplifying pavement management and informing future infrastructure. The expo was a great place to

Bikes Count in Switzerland!

It’s not all about cars anymore. Now bikes count too! In this interview, the Swiss state of Canton Du Valais opens up about how receiving monthly cycle data has helped them plan a transport mode shift away from motorised traffic

Why Monitor Cycling: City of Fremantle

Why monitor cycling? We thought we’d let one of our clients, the City of Fremantle, explain this one for us. The City set itself the ambitious goal of becoming one of Australia’s most bike-friendly cities by 2018. Their target was

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