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Learn how these applications can save you money, time and improve the performance of your railway assets.
Get a deeper understanding of vehicle flows so that you can strategically improve road and pedestrian layouts.
Whether it's around a town or city, understanding traffic movements is vital for transport planning models.
From demand and usage to the duration of stay, gain a deeper understanding of how public parking is being used.
Vehicle speed surveys
Temporary or permanent data collection in any traffic environment.y
Intelligent monitoring for local authorities, transport bodies and consultancies.
Queuing data is vital for planning strategic improvements to road and pedestrian layouts.
Understanding how passengers use public transport and its infrastructure is crucial when planning public transport networks.
Market feedback can be crucial for decision making
Conduit Data Hub
Conduit Data Hub collects, stores, and presents data in a way that solves all of the common reporting challenges faced by our clients.
Conduit Historical Data
The intuitive historical data module helps plug any gaps that may have been caused during disruptions.
Conduit School Streets
School Streets is an initiative in the UK designed to improve safety, create a cleaner environment and encourage active travel modes leading to improved physical and mental health
Technology in action
WMCA Matrix Update Surveys
For this study Tracsis were commissioned to interview bus and train passengers on their journeys, specifically origin-destination as well as other trip information. Boarding and alighting counts were also undertaken in addition to the interviews.
A36 Speed Surveys
Tracsis installed 30 Automatic Traffic Counters between Bath and Southampton to capture the data for the client. Surveys were carried out for a 24hr, 7-day period which included weekly checks to ensure the equipment operated correctly.
Tracsis were commissioned to undertake the largest parking survey of its kind, covering approximately 400km of kerbside distance across the Boroughs 7 Controlled Parking Zones (CPZ).