Traffic Monitoring

Traffic monitoring is a complex and difficult aspect of transportation management because it requires specific equipment, planning, and procedures. When done correctly, traffic monitoring will result in data, reports, and studies that will create a solid foundation for your project. When done wrong, you probably end up steering your clients in the wrong direction. There are numerous methods of monitoring traffic. The following is just a short list of different monitoring methodologies.

  • Continuous data programs provide continuous data on different areas. Typically states run these kinds of monitoring programs, which means you will need to review existing monitoring to determine if you can omit similar ones for your project.
  • Short term monitoring focuses on a specific problem, aspect, or area. It is likely that you will need to establish at least a couple of these for projects.
  • Traffic patterns and speeds. You need to be aware of how much traffic flows through a certain area and the average speed. Determine what patterns are pertinent to your project before you create a monitoring plan.

By contacting us, you will have experts who can help you consider different angles and strategies for all of the different methods of monitoring both small and large areas.
There are a numerous regulations for traffic monitoring, meaning you have to follow certain specifications when conducting monitoring, usually with the use of traffic guidance systems (TGS). By shooting us a quick email, we can help you analyze your current need, provide you with the latest guidance, and point you in the right direction to move forward.

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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