Our meticulous manual traffic data collection services capture diverse approach movements such as left, thru, and right turns, navigating signalised and unsignalized intersections over a specific timeframe, serving various objectives such as providing valuable input for an all-inclusive traffic signal optimization study that is essential to the Traffic Signal Optimization Project.
Comprehensive parking studies, which should also include parking demand, are required to collect the necessary data on the utilisation and capacity of existing parking facilities. These studies can focus on a specific traffic producer or attractor, such as a store, or they can cover a larger area, such as a central business district.
These surveys, which are undertaken to record the number of cyclists commuting from different points of origin to their respective destinations, also allow for the analysis of cyclists' patterns, such as their use of pavements, cycle tracks, or illegal manoeuvres, thereby providing a comprehensive understanding of cycling behaviour.
Identifying pedestrian flow patterns accurately through effective origin-destination data analysis is critical for optimising infrastructure design for pedestrian-oriented spaces and ensuring efficient mobility management, particularly in enclosed areas such as pedestrian zones, underpasses, and transportation hubs. However, the existing literature lacks effective methodologies for analysing pedestrian origin-destination (OD) relationships.
It gives an accurate representation of the built environment in models, which is critical in determining on-street performance, with saturation flow as a key metric. It is defined as the highest flow rate that a traffic lane can discharge during a continuous green indication with a continuous approach queue, measured in passenger car units per hour (PCU/hr).
This analysis contributes to the design of the Midblock crosswalk, which offers pedestrians a safer and more visible alternative to crossing at a random and frequently dangerous location. Midblock crosswalks are especially useful in suburbs and other areas with long stretches without intersections.
Data can help with model calibration at sites where queues persist across signal cycles. Surveys typically involve taking measurements for each lane of traffic at a specific point in the signal cycle (e.g., at the start of green), measured in metres or PCUs, with a continuous queue present on approach.
One of our most useful surveys, where distinguishing between in-motion journey time and stationary dwell time is critical when conducting bus journey time surveys. This will ultimately help a lot in accurately assessing stop-related delays and excluding them from the bus dwell time calculation.
It is an essential tool for traffic analysis, providing transportation planners and engineers with useful insights into traffic patterns and flow.
Parking studies are an important part of transportation planning because they help policymakers understand parking demand and..
Cycle movement survey analysis is an important tool for studying bicycle movement patterns, which aids in the design and implementation..
A pedestrian OD (origin-destination) survey is a useful technique for analysing pedestrian movement patterns in a specific area..
DOS and saturation flow studies are critical for optimising traffic signal timing and enhancing overall traffic flow.
It is a component of transportation planning aimed at improving pedestrian safety. Mid-block crosswalks..
Queue length survey analysis is an important tool for transportation planners to use in order to better understand..
Bus journey time survey analysis is a tool for determining how long it takes buses to travel from one location to another. . These surveys are..
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