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  • solar studs lit up at night Solar studs a cost-effective alternative to street lighting?Road traffic accidents have an enormous impact on society in terms of human loss, pain and suffering and a significant cost to the economy, the individual and their families. Accident rates on South...
  • TNO Scorecard Scorecard scoresFor situations where normal cost-benefit analysis doesn't work, TNO has developed Scorecard. How can governments ascertain the best strategy for implementing innovative solutions that are influenced...
  • New Brunswick's new ITS applications deployment plan concentrates on commercial vehicle applications. Commercial Vehicle Operations in New BrunswickThe Province of New Brunswick has prepared a deployment plan for ITS applications for Commercial Vehicle Operations (CVO). The plan, developed by Delcan Corporation, identifies a number of potential...
  • MJ 09 P24 1 avatar The Canadian wayDelcan has developed an ITS project evaluation methodology for Transport Canada. Victor Bruzon explains how it will assist in selecting and managing programmes. ITS projects offer a cost-effective...
  • Ted Swansegar, Engineering Specialist for the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet The cost benefits of LED traffic signalsOn 11 January 2005, the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC) began installing GELcore LED traffic signal modules state-wide through an Energy Savings Performance Contract. In tendering for the...
  • Traffic in Nashville Signal optimisation reduces congestion, improves travel timesThe Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County's Department of Public Works(MPW) identified seven corridors in the County that experience heavy traffic congestion and needed traffic...
  • MA 09 P23 1 avatar Re-timing traffic signals delivers cost benefitsNashville's signal optimisation programme produced a stunning return on investment. Are those results exceptional? Could similar results be replicated in cities across the US and indeed the world?...
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