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The $1.35 million intelligent transportation system was recently installed at nine intersections along the three-mile stretch of road in McCandless
Documents show city boosted red-light camera profit $200,000 per month by shortening yellow time
Traffic signal prioritization and successes in Phoenix
Traffic signal engineers can now directly measure what they could previously only estimate and model
The project is a first for the state
The new intelligent traffic management system will measure speed and travel times
The new application will help the department oversee operations and improvements to traffic signals around the state
A new study reinforces the safety benefits of the traffic enforcement technology
The electronic signs are part of the Caltrans I-80 SMART Corridor Project
DelDOT is joining AAA Mid-Atlantic to educate the public on an "It Can Wait" safety campaign to raise awareness about the dangers of distracted driving
About 20 crossing safety upgrades between East St. Louis and Carlinville are planned
The traffic signals to be tested have the potential to relay information back to vehicles
The transportation company is implementing the system after it tested successfully in the U.K. for monitoring speed, acceleration, breaking and lane handling
The $10 million project will include smart boards and speed detectors to monitor traffic in real time
New advanced traffic management system will aid the city in improving traffic flow in real time
Success with adaptive signal system in Bellevue, Wash.
Combination of flashing lights and camera systems sees significant safety results
New signage will allow DOT to alter speed limit remotely for varying weather conditions
Washington state electronic highway signs will display a new silver alert in the case of endangered missing people 60 years or older.