A pioneering collaboration between the New York City Department of Transportation (NYCDOT) and Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) has led to the implementation of an Opticom Transit Signal Priority (TSP) throughout some of New York City’s busiest roadways, helping to address the issue of slow bus journeys caused by major traffic congestion.
Société de transport de Laval has been able to reduce bus travel times between 8-10 percent by using Opticom Transit Signal Priority at 232 intersections and on 306 buses.
Highland, IN was awarded a grant for Opticom™ Multimode priority control technology. About 35 intersections and 50 vehicles — including police cars, fire department vehicles and ambulances — are connected to the system. The versatile system helps first responders reach emergency scenes more quickly.
The East San Francisco Bay Area’s SMART Corridors program is changing the way that drivers think about buses.
The Memphis Area Transit Authority (MATA) installed Opticom™ GPS Transit Signal Priority (TSP) at more than 50 intersections along the city’s two most congested transit routes and reduced bus travel time by up to 20%.