Traffic information

Traffic information

Traffic information helps you review and analyze different aspects of traffic, such as the flow and volume. It helps to influence final decisions and planning for implementing solutions. The primary focus of traffic information is to review traffic and roads during the peak times. To get the most out of the information you have, you need to be make sure you identify the right information to be included for a project so that you can accurately estimate these different aspects.

Estimates that are based on traffic information are the foundation for traffic models and simulations on both small and large scales.  You can use this information to review small segments of a city and compile comparisons of how obstacles in part of the city affect other areas. Alternatively, you can determine the worst traffic points in a city based on traffic information.

It is also helpful in predicting the number of commuters and travelers who will be affected by a construction project, understanding current road capacities broken down into different areas, and seeing how new businesses or residential areas increase and decrease traffic.

For the best traffic models, you need as much relevant data as possible, which could mean weeks’, months’, or years’ worth of data, which can be overwhelming. Narrowing the focus of such large amounts of data and reports can be difficult. If you are at a loss for where to begin, all you have to do is send us an email. We can start the dialogue to help you determine the relevant data for the project. From vehicle counts and tracing to images, we can help you get a grasp on all of your information.

For analysis projects requiring video analysis, aerial photo analysis (such as counting or tracking cars on images), GIS data creation and traffic model database creation services contact us at Telegenisys.  As an ISO certified operation we can assure you highly accurate superior results.

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