Installation of semi-permanent Bluetooth Arterial Travel Time System (BATTS), collecting accurate traffic data for planning and project monitoring.
The Kyeamba Gap West Rest Area marks the approximate halfway point between Sydney and Melbourne on the Hume Hwy (M31). A popular rest area shared by heavy and light vehicles.
The M5 Legacy Way enables a four-minute commute between the Western Freeway and the Inner City Bypass in Brisbane. Two separate, parallel tunnels are both two lanes, 4.6 kms in length.
Equipped with Bluetooth Sniffers, the variable message signs were configured to display travel time in real-time.
WA Main Roads reports the project's benefits on its website, citing raised motorist awareness, a speed reduction and increased driver conformance.
Solar-Powered, 3G-enabled Variable Speed Limit Signs (VSLS) installed onto existing infrastructure to respond rapidly to traffic conditions and roadworks speed requirements during the M1/M3/Gateway Merge Project.
Stand-alone parking signage that solves power and data problems using solar and 3G connectivity. These signs are available through our partner, Park Assist.