Main Roads WA needed to install a traffic counting solution as a back-up in place of several RoadPod® VP (Vehicle Piezo) sites that had failed due to flooding. The extensive installation normally required to replace the Piezo-electric sensor strip sites meant that another faster deployment solution was to be investigated.

Conducting a traffic survey is an efficient method of collecting traffic data to identify focus areas and changes in patterns. With a focus on speed surveying, the results collected using RoadPod® VT counters can provide a better understanding of the key metrics of road safety and which, if any, need improvement.

Users of ATLYST all around the world are praising the revolutionary software for its convenient and easy-to-use methods of collecting traffic data. Our sophisticated software is continuously being developed to match the needs of the user. Straightforward visualising, analysing and sharing of traffic data is at the forefront of features developed within ATLYST.

As a leading provider of traffic data solutions, MetroCount offers a wide range of traffic counters and data visualisation. From our portable traffic counters with durable rubber tubes to our active transport counters, we have a product for every situation.

The RoadPod® VM patented magnetometers are small, unobtrusive and off-grid vehicle counters that provide real-time data on traffic movements.

RoadPod® VMs work in an array to accurately count vehicles, monitor speeds and classify vehicle type based on the length of each passing vehicle. Gap and headway information is also available and all data is precisely time-stamped.

With the use of ATLYST quickly becoming a top preference by customers around the world, we are  seeing successful stories arising with major benefits being felt by the organisations using the software.

MetroCount is getting ready to participate in The Micromobility Conference & Expo between 25 and 26 of November 2022, in Sydney.

MetroCount is joining INTERTRAFFIC Mexico with traffic management solutions to support a new infrastructure strategy for LATAM region.

Traffic in Latin America is a huge concern. In previous studies, big cities such as Bogotá, Mexico City, Quito, Recife, São Paulo, and Rio de Janeiro are among the top most congested cities in Latin America.