Despite reported delays in the rollout of Transit Signal Priority technology for MTA buses, New York City’s Department of Transportation will reveal later today that it has exceeded its goal and installed the technology — which gives or extends green lights for buses — at roughly 1,382 intersections around the city.
Global Traffic Technologies has announced the release of Opticom 360, an AI-powered, cloud-based fleet management suite. The platform is designed to integrate with GTT’s existing traffic priority solutions, used by client cities and municipalities to improve logistics and give priority to emergency and public transit vehicles at intersections and traffic lights.
Global Traffic Technologies has announced the launch of its smart city platform for mobility management – Opticom 360.
Zeeland is building out a system to give priority to emergency vehicles at traffic light-controlled intersections.
A local TV viewer in Orlando asks, “Can emergency vehicles change traffic lights?” and a traffic expert (a state trooper) provides the answer, describing emergency vehicle preemption and the role Opticom plays in helping first responders get the green light.
The capital city of Qatar, Doha, has launched a 2km light rail line in the Msheireb district of the city to improve connectivity between key locations as well as link with Doha’s three metro lines at Central Msheireb metro station.
To help improve safety, this St. Paul, Minnesota company develops and implements intelligent transportation system solutions and technologies for traffic, transit and emergency medical services operations.
One of the market leaders in emergency and transit vehicle priority control systems, Global Traffic Technologies (GTT) is launching a new traffic signal preemption solution designed especially for law enforcement agencies.
The Woodlands Township approved significant funding in the proposed 2020 township budget initiatives recently that will allow officials with The Woodlands Fire Department to purchase extra sets of firefighting uniforms as well as new technology to control traffic signals and two additional high-water heavy duty trucks.
A citizens’ effort to give fire and rescue vehicles priority at traffic signals has gathered over 700 signatures on a petition urging the Georgetown County (S.C.) Council to adopt a plan that the council rejected last month.