MetroCount at NaTMEC 2018

NaTMEC 2018 with the Traffic Data Specialists

We just wrapped up the NaTMEC 2018 meeting. Organised and hosted by Pacific Southwest Region University Transportation Center in Irvine, CA, this show attracted traffic-enthusiasts from across the US and surrounding countries. The conference and exhibition covered all aspects of

Belgium: Analysing Traffic at Railway Crossings

For years, the French National Railways has been analysing traffic at railway crossings using MetroCount equipment. Very recently, the Public Infrastructure Manager for the Belgian Railways – Infrabel decided to follow their example. Infrabel maintains about 1000 level crossings across the

ARRB International Conference 2018

The 28th edition of the Australian Road Research Board (ARRB) International Conference took place in Brisbane, Australia. Over 300 researchers, practitioners, academia and industry leaders have joined us in discussing the latest road traffic innovations. The 4-day program included presentations

Chile: Cycling infrastructure and bike monitoring

Our partners in Chile, the Grupo DPS have undertaken a large bike monitoring project in the Aysén Region, installing 17 permanent RidePod® BP bike counters. Founded in 2014, Groupo DPS, have a team of dedicated traffic engineers managing ongoing projects in the southern (Coyhaique),

Intertraffic Amsterdam 2018

The Intertraffic tradeshow in Amsterdam has become a pilgrimage for the MetroCount team, and the highlight of our tradeshow calendar. With a diverse mix of attendees from across the globe, this is the platform to showcase our new and existing technologies.

Towards a Traffic Database for Perth and WA

AITPM put together a plenary discussion about building a coherent traffic database for Perth and Western Australia. Our General Manager, Vern Bastian, was invited to present his position on the future of traffic data collection. He was joined by other industry

Bike and Vehicle Monitoring in Utrecht, the Netherlands

In Utrecht, the public buses are affecting traffic, with great pressure on the road pavement and increased congestion levels. It’s for this reasons why the local municipality has decided the Nelson Mandela bridge is due for a redesign. Currently, the

TRB Annual Meeting 2018 | The Future of Transport and Road Safety

After 5 busy days, the 2018 edition of the Transport Reseach Board Annual Meeting has come to an end. The conference offered over 800 workshops and seminars to about 13000 visitors. Under the main theme of Transportation: Moving the Economy of

Gulf Traffic 2017: Road Infrastructure in the Middle East

At the beginning of December, we travelled to Dubai to attend this year’s Gulf Traffic conference. While this was a great excuse to catch up with our Middle Eastern clients, it also turned out to be a great opportunity to make new

Traffic Data Collection with Induction Loops

As one of the most valuable assets managed by governments of all levels, maintaining road infrastructure is critical. Globally, the MetroCount systems are trusted to provide accurate and accountable statistics as part of the traffic data technology mix. In this

Traffic Counts: 4 Traffic Statistics You Should Rethink

When conducting a traffic survey, it’s easy to forget about the latent value of your traffic data. Beyond the standard vehicle volume reports, you can analyze a wealth of information about road design, driver behaviour or road safety. Traffic Counts

3 Days in Mexico City at Intertraffic

With the great experience of last year’s in mind, we recently exhibited at Intertraffic Mexico. Over 5,000 visitors and exhibitors from 47 countries have joined us during this three-day event. With Latin America facing the challenge of urban mobility, it

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