During this period of disruption due to COVID-19 our offices are closed but our teams continue to work safely and remotely and can be reached using our usual phone numbers and email addresses.
We wish all of our clients and associates a safe and secure passage through this difficult period.

The Traffic and Data Services division of the Tracsis Group is the leading international provider of transport surveys, passenger analytics, event traffic management and GIS location data. We provide transport insights, training, and consultancy for highways authorities, local authorities, transport planners and operators, and data users.

The insights we provide through innovative data collection and effective transport-related consultancy saves time and cost for our clients and generates increased efficiencies through the provision of sustainable transport solutions, supported data hosting and visualisation tools.

The range of capabilities across the Division allows Tracsis to provide the complete service offering which sets us aside from our competitors.

The Traffic and Data Services division of the Tracsis Group is the leading international provider of transport surveys, passenger analytics, event traffic management and GIS location data. We provide transport insights, training, and consultancy for highways authorities, local authorities, transport planners and operators, and data users.

The insights we provide through innovative data collection and effective transport-related consultancy saves time and cost for our clients and generates increased efficiencies through the provision of sustainable transport solutions, supported data hosting and visualisation tools.

The range of capabilities across the Division allows Tracsis to provide the complete service offering which sets us aside from our competitors.

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Tracsis and Vivacity Labs are working together with Mott MacDonald to provide a complete data capture, analysis and modelling service. The workflow cycle can assist authorities and operators in determining the emerging behaviours and adherence of pedestrians to social distancing.

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