Cubic boosts Canada footprint with IntelliTrafik

Signal timing plans, adaptive corridors and traffic data collection are all on the agenda
Enforcement / October 6, 2022
By Adam Hill
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Companies will work 'to improve the travel and mobility experience of Canadian road users' (© Photolandbest |

Cubic Transportation Systems has partnered with Canadian firm IntelliTrafik to expand its reach in the North American country - particularly on issues of safety.

"Beginning this October, the partners will work together to identify opportunities where Cubic’s ITS solutions, along with IntelliTrafik’s local expertise, can be utilised by road authorities, municipalities and contractors across Canada to improve the travel and mobility experience of Canadian road users," the companies say in a statement.

A division of ATS Traffic, IntelliTrafik offers consulting services to road authorities, municipalities and contractors, focusing on smart city infrastructure and vulnerable road users.

Its areas of interest include intersections, signal timing plans, adaptive corridors, traffic data collection, Vehicle to Everything technologies, smart parking and workzones.

IntelliTrafik's local relationships and supply chains are certainly attractive to Cubic. 

“The intersection is becoming more important than ever before and we share the mutual commitment to improving Canadian intersections, both from a safety and mobility perspective," said Steve Ennis, executive VP at IntelliTrafik.

"Together, our teams will collaborate on the design, install and servicing of data-driven, connected smart intersections.”

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