BRT systems often employ Transit Signal Priority solutions to reduce delays at intersections and maintain schedules. It’s this reliability which is the hallmark of successful BRT and BRT-lite systems, and its reliable on-time performance which attracts riders.
The Institute for Transportation Development Policy has recognized 6 Bus Rapid Transit Routes in the United States as complying with the BRT standard. These BRT routes represent some of the best bus services in the nation.
Cities around the world are seeing a faster, safer emergency response with signal preemption. How can your emergency services benefit from priority control?
MDOT MTA’s Professor Vern tackles Transit Signal Priority (TSP), the system that helps buses run more efficiently in traffic.
Meet new GTT regional manager Adam Gill at the 2019 Virginia Fire Rescue Conference at Booth 21 and register to be part of a prize giveaway.
Businesses like Amazon seek cities with excellent transit when looking to expand. Essential technologies like signal priority can make systems more efficient.
We can talk all day about response times and technology, but the people who use Opticom every day know best how it makes their jobs safer and easier. Here’s what they had to say.
At the 2019 Transit Bus Summit in Lake Las Vegas, Nevada (February 11-13), Global Traffic Technologies will be talking with transit agency directors and decision makers about how their transportation systems can meet their full potential through the use of intelligent, smart priority control technologies and management.
The Vision Zero traffic safety framework aims to reduce and ultimately eliminate fatalities and serious injuries on roadways. But while major road system redesigns take time and significant investment, there are some simple steps that cities and towns can take to intelligently and cost-effectively begin introducing the concept.