Count traffic in your street with a fully automatic counter. Find out here where Telraam is already counting, how you can get involved or how you can set up your own counting network.
Telraam was first tested with the pilot in Kessel-Lo in the city of Leuven (Belgium) in spring 2019. 100 Telraam devices were installed by the same number of motivated citizens. Quickly following the Kessel-Lo pilot, Telraam started setting up counting networks in other cities and areas. Resulting in several networks of active citizens currently gathering traffic data.
Since the utility of good quality Telraam traffic counts is not limited just to Kessel-Lo or Belgium, Telraam is aiming to geographicly expand the counting network. Find here which areas or cities will soon start counting with their own Telraam devices.
The Telraam counting networks in these zones have already kicked off. You can still join by buying your own Telraam device
If you as a citizen want to help set up a new Telraam network in your own city or neighborhood, this is possible.
As an interested citizen, a group of friends, a neighbourhood committee, a school or an action group, you yourself can set up a Telraam
at your window and launch and spread your own counting network.
More info on how to get counting with Telraam: The various components of a Telraam kit can be ordered online via Gotron . Click on Register to see all the criteria to use Telraam. So check carefully to ensure you can tick all the boxes. If you have questions, take a look at the FAQ & Support page other remarks or questions: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ask your local policymakers to support a counting network in your municipality.
That way Telraam can work with citizens and policymakers in order to map out traffic in the municipality. Interested cities and municipalities can find information on the Governments page.