New Authorized Dealer in Ontario

  GTT ONTARIO BECOMES THE AUTHORIZED DEALER FOR OPTICOM™AND CANOGA™ PRODUCT LINES IN ONTARIO Global technology leader expected to improve service and expand growth opportunities in regional market ST. PAUL, MN— June 4, 2015 — Global Traffic Technologies Canada, Inc., is expanding its service offering in Ontario with the opening of GTT Ontario, the authorized…

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Now Available Enhanced Traffic Sensing Capabilities with New Canoga™ 9004

Taking advantage of countless inductive loops already installed throughout North America, Europe and around the world, Global Traffic Technologies (GTT) announced the general availability of its latest traffic sensing technology today. A key component of its traffic sensing suite of solutions, the Canoga™ 9004 Vehicle Detector can measure vehicle presence, count, class and speed, including…

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Antitrust Case Dismissed With Prejudice

On November 4, 2014, KM Enterprises, Inc. and Rodney K. Morgan filed a lawsuit against Global Traffic Technologies, LLC and Global Traffic Technologies, Inc. in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California asserting various claims related to alleged violations of the antitrust laws.  GTT filed a motion to dismiss the lawsuit.  On…

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GTT Partners with Transportation Control Systems

Expanded partnership between Global Traffic Technologies and Traffic Control Systems expected to accelerate deployments of GTT’s Emergency Response, Transit Management, and Traffic Sensing Product and Services Portfolio in the Southeast In an effort to consistently enable the partnership of pioneering technology with unmatched services, Global Traffic Technologies, LLC (GTT) has announced its expanded relationship with…

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Warning: Lower Rural Crash Rates Approaching

Minnesota Department of Transportation (MnDOT) uses Canoga™ Traffic Sensing Solutions to curb vehicle crashes at rural Minnesota intersections Nearly 70 percent of fatal vehicle collisions in Minnesota, as well as other states, occur on roads in rural communities, where higher speeds, varying terrain and inconsistent sightlines can put many drivers in danger. MnDOT is working…

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The Wait is Over for Transit Riders in Memphis

Tens of thousands of people use transit services in Memphis every day. With the installation of Opticom™ GPS Transit Signal Priority (TSP) along the city’s two busiest transit corridors, many of those riders will reach their destinations in less time. “People are more willing to ride public transit if it’s convenient,” said John Lancaster, Manager…

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GTT Awarded GSA Contract

Suddenly, it’s a lot easier — and less stressful — to purchase Opticom™ equipment for your city. GTT was recently awarded a General Services Administration (GSA) contract. Now, you can leverage the buying power of the federal government to reduce your investment costs — while minimizing the complexity and length of the procurement process. Just…

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“Out of the Box” – New Opticom™ software-based solutions address critical Transit Signal Priority (TSP) needs

Everything is coming together. As cities look beyond the nearest green light to solve critical traffic challenges, they seek sophisticated, integrated systems that can help facilitate better outcomes. GTT empowers these cities with cutting-edge technology that not only delivers industry-leading priority control capabilities, but integrates tightly with existing vehicle and intersection systems to give stakeholders…

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