Traffic counts are essential for a sound mobility policy. Counts that are multimodal, and register cars and heavy vehicles as well as cyclists and pedestrians, are the base of any traffic engineering study. Classic traffic counts are limited today: both in time and in counting modes. In addition, they are often expensive and not very transparent.
New technology can provide innovative measurement methods without costing a fortune. Telraam has developed high-tech and reliable measuring equipment that quantifies and categorises traffic in a finely-meshed, continuous, multimodal way and in conjunction with citizens. Telraam provides the research effort and the appropriate technology and data services, and the citizens count and provide local insight to support it.
We have developed a Telraam solution for local governments and authorities as well as campaign groups. The organisation chooses a programme running for several months (usually 6-12+), then engages citizens to apply, and after screening and selection can start counting. Data analysis and support is provided by the Telraam team throughout the process, from start to finish.
A Telraam network in which citizen science conducts the collection of objective, multimodal traffic data is a unique proposition. Through the combination of these different building blocks in a Telraam project and our experience with dozens of Telraam projects for local authorities, we have built the expertise to develop a successful Telraam project for your city or municipality.
Talk to us about putting together a Telraam project tailored to your municipality and fitting the local policy context.
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