Queue length survey analysis is an important tool for transportation planners to use in order to better understand traffic behaviour and optimise traffic signal timing. The length of waits for each lane of traffic is measured at a certain moment in the signal cycle, such as the start of the green phase, for the surveys. When there is a continuous line on approach, the measurements are taken in metres or passenger car units (PCUs).
Transportation planners can use the survey data to identify regions of traffic congestion and design methods to alleviate congestion, such as optimising traffic light timings. The data can also be used to calibrate traffic models in order to better understand traffic behaviour and anticipate future traffic trends. Based on traffic and transportation networks in various areas, our system can filter data from peak hours to quiet hours of the day to establish optimal solutions for clients.
Queue length surveys can assist in improving travel time reliability and minimising fuel consumption and emissions, ultimately leading to a more sustainable transportation system by reducing congestion. It can also be used to evaluate the efficacy of traffic management systems and make sound judgments about future transportation planning.
To deliver precise and dependable statistics, our queue length analysis service employs cutting-edge technology and processes. The surveys are carried out with accuracy by a team of experienced specialists, who ensure that measurements are taken at the appropriate times and in the precise areas. We also provide our clients with extensive reports and analysis, allowing them to make informed decisions based on the data obtained.