Adaptive traffic signals improve mobility in Quincy, Massachusetts

April 30, 2020 | Case Study

Rapid urban population growth and the surge of multimodal mobility have contributed to increasingly complex urban transportation networks to manage. Growing capabilities in connected systems are leading to innovation in the traffic management space, with municipalities looking for systems capable of improving mobility by alleviating congestion and dynamically controlling traffic signals. While many companies claim improvements in signal cycling, few companies currently offer systems capable of assessing traffic levels and updating signal status in real time. Carnegie Mellon University spinout Rapid Flow is enabling these adaptive traffic control systems (ATCS) with its scalable urban traffic control (Surtrac) product.

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