Build a better system with minimal disruption
With more than 1.2 billion cars on the road – and nearly 2 billion expected by 2035 – managing traffic flow becomes more challenging every day. Meeting the needs of emergency services, transit vehicles and public works without disrupting signals for the general public requires careful planning and the latest technology.
Traffic engineers face multiple challenges when trying to ease congestion. They are always looking for new ways to reduce accidents, commute times, emissions and frustration. Not only do they have to respond to current congestion, they have to prevent future problems and anticipate needs as their city expands.
Smart solutions can help traffic engineers reduce congestion, move more people with fewer disruptions and manage traffic flow.