Lessons from the Belgian Road Congress

Last week we returned to Brussels to attend the Belgian Road Congress, an event that takes place every four years. As usual, the programme has included sessions on all aspects of road infrastructure, attracting professional such as constructors, urban planners,

Traffic Data in Bagdad

Accurate traffic data is an essential part of any traffic engineering effort, whether it is downtown NYC or in the Iraqi capital of Bagdad. From designing road surfaces based on volumes of the different vehicle classes to assessing and implementing

Velo-city 2017: The Cultural Home of Cycling

Combining his love of cycling with his love for Dutch culture, MetroCount CEO Mike Kenny joined Regional Manager – Daryl Ellison and Survey Manager – Robert Mulder at our Velo-city exhibition stand. MetroCount in the Netherlands Celebrating a rich bike

Bike traffic counting | Piezo sensors installation | MetroCount

Switzerland: Before and after traffic study

Since the beginning of May, a wide network of traffic counters is being installed around the City of Biel, Switzerland. Its purpose is to identify any changes in traffic caused by the opening of a new ring road and connected

Remote traffic monitoring at the edge of the world

Before the earth was round, Dungeness on the south Kent coast of the UK would have been close enough to the point where you walked off the edge of the world. Today it is protected as a heritage site. A

Traffex 2017 Innovation Trail

Traffex 2017 marked 20 years since MetroCount was first involved in the exhibition. To make this edition even more special for us, our new RidePod® BP counter was included in the event’s Innovation Trail. A world first, this Bike +

Remote Data Services in Southern Philippines

Our previous visit in the Philippines has given local authorities the support and know-how to deploy RoadPod® VT systems across the country. The latest installation took place in the municipality of Albuera, Leyte province. In the past few years, this

Automatic Cyclists Counter

IN THE FIELD – Automatic Bike Counting in Cottesloe

Cottesloe is an iconic beach community in the city of Perth, Western Australia. With a long history of vehicle monitoring using MetroCount MC5600, the council has recently turned its eye to automatic bike counting with the Portable Bike Counter. We caught up with David Lappan, Engineering

Improving Traffic Flow in the Swiss Alps

MetroCount’s CEO Mike Kenny and Technical Sales Representative Clément Dabadie recently travelled to Fribourg, in Switzerland, to assist local authorities in their use of the MetroCount systems to accomplish their traffic monitoring objectives. With 15 permanent installations (Inductive Loop Classifiers),

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