Verkeerstellingen met detectielussen

Als een van de meest waardevolle bezittingen beheerd door overheden van alle niveaus, is het onderhouden van weginfrastructuur van cruciaal belang. Wereldwijd worden de MetroCount-systemen vertrouwd om accurate en verantwoordelijke statistieken over weggebruik te bieden. In dit artikel bekijken we verschillende

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 tube counters, the council has recently turned its eye to automatic bike counting with the Portable Bike Counter. We caught up with David Lappan,

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

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),

7 Myths Holding Back Cycling

Cycling advocacy in Australia is at a tipping point, with success stories like the Melbourne CBD contrasting with the regressive bike policies in NSW. In Western Australia, Perth is fighting to become a bike friendly city. A visit from Dutch cycling researcher Dr.

Pilot testing cycling infrastructure

With trials of light segregation of cyclists piloted in the London Borough of Barking and Dagenham, planners needed short term data to evaluate how the treatments affected cyclists. The borough utilised Portable Bike Counters supplied by MetroCount to gather specific

Continuous traffic data in the City Of Fremantle

Looking to gain a broad insight of year-round traffic conditions, the City of Fremantle installed the RoadPod VP system on Ord Street, in 2011. The site is strategically positioned to collect information including the types of vehicles, speeds and volumes of

Monitoring the Transport Mode Shift

The 2015 Paris climate talks saw world leaders make strong pledges to reduce global emissions, with a focus on reducing transport-fuelled CO2 emissions. Moving people out of cars and onto public transport and bicycles has been clearly identified as a

Investigating Park Traffic with Inductive Loops

Whiteman Park is a unique recreation and conservation reserve that covers nearly 4,000 hectares of natural bushland and leisure facilities in Perth’s northern suburbs. With a large variety of birdlife, wildlife, a motor museum and equestrian facilities, Whiteman Park attracts a large

Bike Traffic Data in the Borough of Ealing

  Ealing Council is a recognised regional leader in active transport and won the Transport Authority of the Year title at the National Transport Awards 2015. The ongoing community engagement and consistent cycle data collection, have enabled Ealing to develop award-winning cycling infrastructure. Implementing

City Of Perth embraces permanent traffic monitoring

MetroCount permanent traffic monitors have become an important fixture in councils and countries around the world. By providing detailed statistics on yearly trends based on specific information about each vehicle passing over the sensors, permanent sites supply reliable baseline data for effective survey plans. We got in touch with Graduate

3 Years On | Permanent Monitoring in Timaru, New Zealand

Three years ago, Timaru District Council, a small regional centre on NZ’s South Island with a population of around 45000, installed two RoadPod VP permanent traffic counters. With a range of roads under their management, Timaru was seeking to better understand vehicle

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