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Influx Traffic Data’s intersection count reports on directional volume of traffic as it moves through a signalized or non-signalized junction. Also called a turning movement count (TMC). Our intersection count study tabulates number of left-turn, right-turn, u-turn and through movements for each approach. The turning movement features and operational performance of intersections gains a worth full insight which is provided by intersection counts. Influx Traffic Data expertise & imaginations mean we can easily handle single intersection counts or tackle large scale same day /same time surveys across a considerable number of locations.

To capture the vehicle movements that are total traffic and heavy vehicles, as well as pedestrian and bicycle activity through an intersection for a specified amount of time intersection turning movement counts are designed. On the other hand, to find out the capability of an intersection and provide data which are used to appraise signal increase, Intersection counts, are typically done to help. The duration of the Intersection Count is typically informed by Average Daily Traffic data, which is collected by road tubes.

 A major goal of intersection count:

During certain time periods, The goal of the Intersection Turning Movement Counts is to resume the counts of vehicle movements through an intersection. This type of volume compact is used in making decisions regarding the geometric design of the roadway, sign and signal installation, signal timing, pavement marking, traffic circulation patterns, capacity analysis, parking and loading zones, and vehicle classification.

This data is used in making decisions at a planning-level (e.g., traffic impact analyses), as well as operational analyses-level (e.g., signal installation and timing). During the intersection, volume studies Pedestrian and bicycle movements may be included.

Also, the aim of the intersection turning movement survey to detail features on mortal arms and assess the traffic flow at the intersection. For the preparation of geometric betterment plans for the critical intersection under the immediate improvement plan and short term measure data collected from these surveys is used.

For timing traffic signals, designing channelization, planning turn prohibitions, computing capacity, analyzing high crash intersections, and evaluating congestion the traffic data collected by an intersection count are usually used.

The intersection count is measured at the intersection and it is very much needed in planning turn prohibitions, designing channelization, computing capacity, analyzing high accident intersections etc.

Influx Traffic Data’s Road Volume data report, measures the total vehicle volume typically over 24-hour, 48-hour and 7-day time periods. This report delivers volumes for up to twelve lanes of bi-directional traffic and is useful for average daily traffic counts.

Road volume studies are conveyed to define the number, movements, and classifications of roadway vehicles at a given location. These data can help identify critical flow time periods, determine the influence of large vehicles or pedestrians on vehicular traffic flow, or document traffic volume trends. The length of the sampling period depends on the type of count being taken and the intended use of the data recorded. Two methods are available for conducting road volume counts: one is manual and another one is automatic.

Turning movements, direction of travel, pedestrian movements, or vehicle tenancy. Automatically counts are typically used to garner data for determination of vehicle hourly patterns, daily or seasonal variations and growth trends, or annual traffic estimates. Road tubes have been the go-to method for traffic engineers who are collecting road volume counts in a roadway. They are fairly inexpensive and collect numerous classifications. If double road tubes are LAID; speed studies can also be collected. These features are what contribute to road tubes’ popularity for road volume data collection. However, there have also had some limitations like safety, durability etc. To deploy road tubes, technicians need to step out into the roadway and install them on the road.

Road tubes are fairly cheap, but IT doesn’t mean that they grow from tree In certain weather conditions, tubes can be a challenge. If there is snow or ice, they can be difficult to deploy or can be ripped up from snow plows. Road tubes can be damaged by the street sweepers. Consistency laying road tubes in these conditions only to be damaged can be quite costly. Also, hammering in road tubes can be very damaging to the road. It is better to say that the Road Volume Count is recording/counting of the number of vehicles passing through a road over a period of time. It is usually expressed in terms of the Passenger Car Unit (PCU) and measured to calculate Level of Service of the road and related attributes like congestion, carrying capacity, V/C Ratio, identification of peak hour or extended peak hour etc.  Road volume count or RVC is usually done as a part of transportation SURVEY; RVC can be classified or unclassified.

Need of Road Volume Count:                                                                           

The Road Volume Survey is an important part of Town Planning, especially for a town planner. It includes counting the number of vehicles passing through a survey station. It is used to Checking the efficiency/saturation of the road network by comparing current traffic volume with the calculated capacity or by identifying levels of service. Establishing the use of the road network of vehicles of different categories, traffic distribution, PCU/vehicle value. Need of median shifting or road widening.

Pedestrian counts are used to evaluate sidewalk and crosswalk needs, to justify pedestrian signals, and to time traffic signals. Persons of grade school age or younger are classified as children. The observer records the direction of each pedestrian crossing the roadway. The pedestrian count is a simple, relatively inexpensive way to measure the volume and direction of pedestrian traffic in the CBD through time and by location. As such, it provides quantitative data to evaluate the need for and effectiveness of various pedestrian planning measures at particular places in the downtown area.

The pedestrian count has specific application for each of three important criteria for CBD pedestrian planning: mobility, safety, and pleasure.
The main objective of Pedestrian survey is to assess the pedestrian flow along and across the intersecting arm at the important junction and mid blocks to suggest improvement for safe movement of pedestrians. The special pedestrian survey needs to be conducted when the alignment passes by such locations, e.g., School, Hospitals etc. On one side of alignment and the village on the other side, to decide the provisions of appropriate crossings, such as subway.

The importance of pedestrian COUNTS:

Pedestrian count survey plays a vital role in accidents circumstances like; pedestrian accidents happens in variety ways; the most common type involves pedestrian crossing or entering the street at or between intersections.
Dating:  It is used to indicate the sudden appearance of a pedestrian from behind a vehicle or other sight obstruction.
Dashing: It refers to the running pedestrians.

The nature of the local community- Walking is more likely to occur in a community that has a high symmetry of young people.

Car ownership –There are so many private cars are available that slenderized the amount of walking, even for short journeys.

Local land use activities- For short distance trips, walking is primarily used. Accordingly, the distance between local origins and destinations (e.g. Homes and school, homes, and shops) are important factors influencing the level of demand, particularly for the young and elderly.

The quality of provision- If good quality pedestrian facilities are provided, the demand will be increased, If good quality pedestrian facilities are provided.

Safety and security- It are important that pedestrians comprehend the facilities to be safe and secure. For pedestrians, this means freedom from conflict with a motor vehicle, as well as a minimal threat of personal attack and the risk of tripping on uneven surfaces.

Influx Traffic Data Pedestrian count data reports that Pedestrian count data are used frequently in planning applications.

Pedestrian counts are used to evaluate sidewalk and crosswalk needs, to justify pedestrian signals, and to time traffic signals. Persons of grade school age or younger are classified as children. The observer records the direction of each pedestrian crossing the roadway. The pedestrian count is a simple, relatively inexpensive way to measure the volume and direction of pedestrian traffic in the CBD through time and by location. As such, it provides quantitative data to evaluate the need for and effectiveness of various pedestrian planning measures at particular places in the downtown area.

Influx Traffic DATA EXTRACTS parking survey data, including simple car park accumulation surveys to the more detailed duration of stay surveys. Results can be tailored to meet client’s specific requirements. Parking is one of the major issues that is created by the increasing road traffic. It is an impact of transport development. The availability of less space in urban areas has increased the demand for parking space, On street especially in areas like Central business district. This affects the mode choice also. This has a great economical impact.

On-street PARKING:

On street parking means the vehicles are parked on the sides of the street itself. THIS WILL BE USUALLY CONTROLLED BY GOVERNMENT AGENCIES ITSELF. Common types of on-street parking areas listed below.

Parallel PARKING: 

Along the length of the road the vehicles are parked. Here while parking or unparking the vehicle there is no backward movement involved. That’s why it is the safest parking from the accident perspective.


 In thirty-degree parking, the vehicles are parked at 30 with respect to the road alignment. In this case, more vehicles can be parked compared to parallel parking.


 In forty-five-degree parking, the number of vehicles can be parked. It is because   As the angle of parking increases, the number of parking vehicles will be increased. Hence, thirty degrees compared to paralleled-degree parking, more number of vehicles can be accommodated in this type of parking.


 The vehicles are parked at 60 to the direction of road. More Number of vehicles can be accommodated in this parking type.

Right angle PARKING:

 In right angle parking or 90 parking, the vehicles are parked perpendicular to the direction of the road

Off street PARKING:

 Some areas are solely allotted for parking which will be at some distance away from the main stream of traffic, In many urban centers. This type of parking is called Off Street parking. They may be operated by either public agencies or private firms

Parking has some ominous EFFECTS LIKE:

Accidents:  The parking Accidents means Careless steering of parking and unparking leads to accidents. Driving out a car from the parking area, careless opening of the doors of parked cars, and while bringing in the vehicle to the parking lot for parking leads to accidents that refers to the common type of parking accidents.

Environmental pollution: Parking studies also cause pollution to the environment because stopping and starting of vehicles while parking and unparking results in noise and fumes. They also affect the aesthetic beauty of the buildings because a car parked at every available space creates a feeling that building rises from a pedestal of cars.

Congestion: Parking takes considerable street space leading to the lowering of the road capacity. Hence, speed will be REDUCED; journey time and delay will also subsequently increase. The operational cost of the vehicle increases, leading to a great economical loss to the community.

Obstruction to fire fighting operations:  Parked vehicles may hinder the movement of firefighting vehicles. Sometimes they block access to water faucets and access to buildings.

Influx Traffic Data provides arrival time, duration of stay & departure time for Rail & Bus including Rail number & Bus registration numbers. Understanding the public transport usage is vital for all important decisions on Public Transport improvements. This gives a detailed report on the usage pattern of the Public Transport.

This also gives information about the passenger boarding and alighting, running times, exit times and occupancy for different services. The survey also gives a detailed report of passengers entering and exiting a Bus stand or a Railway station at any given time. We can also monitor the queue at the ticketing office as a part of the survey. We use manual, videos for extracting the required information.

This survey identifies the travel pattern of Bus along a road network. This survey spots where most vehicles originate in a network and finish their journey and it also shows how often they take this path. We use advanced technologies, including ANPR, Bluetooth, and expert manual methods. This can also be done using Roadside Interviews depending upon the location and feasibility. OD surveys of people can also be collected manually by querying them. This survey identifies the travel pattern of Bus along a road network. This survey spots where most vehicles originate in a network and finish their journey and it also shows how often they take this path. We use advanced technologies, including ANPR, Bluetooth, and expert manual methods. This can also be done using Roadside Interviews depending upon the location and feasibility. OD surveys of people can also be collected manually by querying them. RSA is an important judgment that has to be carried out by the agencies along with several agencies to ensure the safety of the existing road or the proposed road. We will be able to assist the authorities depending upon their requirement at various stages. Similarly, we can assist the Railway authorities if they need any data collected in their rail safety audits.

The work will require staff to count passengers joining and lighting selected train services. Survey hours are between 8-12 hours depending on shift time and location, however, staff will have to meet 15 minutes before start time to be briefed by our coordinator. The probable amount of traffic to, be served by new railway line, The probable new traffic lines to be opened up to join large centers of trade, Nature and the volume of exports and their destination, the amount of imports and countries of their distribution, Possibilities of development of industries as a result of the new railway line. The objective was to appreciate the public transport user characteristics (origin, destination, of trains more, to trip length and travel cost).
Railway gate closure survey was carried out at the four level CROSSINGS for one day to asset trains passing and average delay to vehicular traffic at these crossings. The survey data will be analyzed to assess the traffic intensity and the viability for provision of ROB/RUBs at these crossings. Railway level crossings is one of the major SOURCES of delay and check to smooth flow of traffic.

We will be able to help you with any other specific data collection that you may have like Retail footfall, Market study, Driver behavior, Gap surveys etc. Our survey experts will be able to design a survey to fulfill your requirement.

Influx Traffic Data Automatic number plate recognition (ANPR) information about it is technologically for mechanically reading vehicle number plates. It is used to help detect, deter and disrupt criminality, including harnessing organized crime groups and terrorists.

License plate capture is typically performed by specialized cameras designed specifically for the task. Automated Number Plate Recognition (ANPR) is also known as Automated License Plate Recognition (ALPR).There are thousands of different ANPR applications, from simple monitoring hardware to full dispute prosecution systems.

It is important to understand all options available and to get proper consultation when specifying a professional ANPR system.  ANPR which can be deployed on origin/destination studies or journey time surveys. ANPR is based on automatic intelligent detection, motion analysis and identification servers that send information about a known number of a vehicle to the central server. The central server stores the information in a SQL database and makes it available to management stations and simultaneously makes it possible to access the required information through the internet. The process of recognition is activated automatically. Every Plate Finder server allows a maximum of 4 video cameras connected to it. While on-line, the server analyzes the images from all the cameras connected to it. Recognized numbers are recorded in the central database. ANPR systems use optical character recognition to read number plates through CCTV systems, which enables vehicle registration numbers to be stored, analyzed. The ANPR engine can recognize the number plate directly from the images stored in a memory. The software of this type allows for taking efficient use of images that have been received from other systems like CCTV or cameras.

ANPR Technology is designed to identify a vehicle’s DNA, manufacturer, and model, body, and plate color. The statistical story can be collected to optimize business processes. The system will capture the registration number plates of wrongdoers’ vehicles. In addition, we use GPS data fillers which record the time, date, traveling speed, altitude and GPS location at preset or manually-chosen intervals. The collected data are exported so it can be viewed on Google Earth or Google Map.

The ANPR system would also alert the police whenever a suspect or wrongdoer’s vehicle passes through an area covered by the cameras, enabling cops to tap him/her. The system would also detect if a vehicle has a fake registration number by checking the details of the particular vehicle on the road with that of the particulars in the RTA database. ANPR engines are especially indicated in the following areas like Car parks, Border control, Access control of residential areas, Traffic law enforcement, Truck parking areas, Access control of industrial estates, Access control of residential areas, Driving Offense Detection. This technology is extremely dependable and captures valuable data at all times of the day and night without needing personnel in place.

Automatic Number Plate Recognition (ANPR) is one such application that has become an essential good for managing traffic and enforcing rules. It can also be used effectively for security. Indian cities have a multitude of transport vehicles from bicycles, handcarts, motorized two wheelers, three wheelers, cars, heavy vehicles, etc. With some exceptions for heavy vehicles, all these vehicles run on the same city roads and have varying speeds. All motorized vehicles have a unique registration/license number which is displayed on the front and the back of the vehicles and the ANPR application detects and recognizes this vehicle number automatically when in view of the CCTV camera.

ANPR engines are especially indicated in the following areas like Car parks, Border control, Access control of residential areas, Traffic law enforcement, Truck parking areas, Access control of industrial estates, Access control of residential areas, Driving Offense Detection. This technology is extremely dependable and captures valuable data at all times of the day and night without needing personnel in place.

A roundabout is a circular structure in the road at a place where several roads meet. You drive around it until you come to the road that you want.  The movements of vehicles within a roundabout in a country can be either clockwise direction or anticlockwise direction according to the direction of traffic whether it drives left or right.

From Source to destination Influx Traffic Data’s Roundabout count, describe totals the turning movement volume (TMV) of a roundabout, detailing the entry, circulating and exit flow rate for each roundabout leg. To find out the Capability and performance efficiency of the different roundabout approaches, and the roundabout this data can be used for it. It is important to know the number of vehicles making each turning movement, to determine whether a roundabout or an intersection would work best in a particular location or not.

However, the detailed turning movements are needed to canvass whether a roundabout or signalized intersection would work better in a particular location. The roundabout does not stop, If there is no traffic. If there is traffic present, wait for some time until it clears, then enters the roundabout.  It is better to say that a roundabout is a substitute to traditional intersections controlled by stop signs or traffic signals. The Roundabout plays a vital role in pollution reduction.

Traffic exiting the roundabout comes from one direction, rather than three, simplifying the pedestrian’s optic environment. Traffic moves slowly enough to allow optical engagement with pedestrians, promoting deference towards them.

 Reduced driver confusion associated with plumb line junctions and reduced queuing associated with a Traffic light.

Roundabouts bring together contravening traffic streams, allow the streams to safely blend and transom the roundabout, and exit the streams to their desired directions.

The geometric elements of the roundabout provide guidance to drivers forthcoming, entering, and traveling through a roundabout. Drivers approaching a roundabout must slow to a speed that will allow them to safely interact with other users of the roundabout, and to negotiate the round.

They allow U-turns within the normal flow of traffic, which often are not possible at other forms of the junction. Moreover, since vehicles on average spend less time, stagnating at roundabouts than at signaled intersections, using a roundabout potentially leads to less pollution.

 Roundabout also gives us some more important benefits such as community benefits like Aesthetic landscaping and more green space and Crosswalks included for pedestrians and bicyclists.

Influx Traffic Data’s Midblock counts data report, also known as Link Counts, measures the total vehicle volume and vehicle classification, Typically over 24-hour, 48-hour and 7-day time periods. This report delivers lane-by-lane classifications and volumes for up to twelve lanes.

If bi-directional traffic and is useful for average daily traffic counts. The volume of vehicles crossing an arbitrary line, some distance from an intersection. Midblock counts may have some classifications but it involves only the classifications of vehicles. Classification categories may be as simple as ‘car’ and ‘truck’ or extend up to the full 12 Austroads classifications. Midblock crosswalks ease crossings to places that people want to go but that are not well served by the existing traffic NETWORK.

These pedestrian cross­ings, which commonly occur at schools, parks, museums, water­fronts, and other destinations, have historically been overlooked or difficult to access, creating unsafe or unpredictable situations for both pedestrians and vehicles. Mid-block pedestrian crossings are marked crosswalks placed between intersections. They look similar to intersection crosswalks but often incorporate several design features to increase safety.

Mid-block crossings frequently include pedestrian islands, which provide a safe resort for pedestrians crossing two-way traffic. In one way users can check traffic, cross to the island, and before continuing to cross, check the traffic in the other direction. Yield lines can be set back to require vehicles to stop further away from the intersection.  to calm traffic by slowing speeds, and to make pedestrians more visible to drivers Bulb-outs that constrict the roadway can be used. Where traffic volumes are heavy, mid-block crossings can be signalized to further increase safety and soothe. Many people do not go out of their way to cross at constituted intersections. Instead, they choose to cross the street using the most direct route, even if that means crossing several lanes of busy traffic. Mid-block pedestrian crossings decrease random and irregular crossings associated with a high risk of collisions, especially in areas that heavily travel by pedestrians or where block lengths are long.

An engineering study should be completed to determine the need for a mid-block crossing, which integrates roadway width, traffic volume, traffic speed and type, desired lines for pedestrian movement and conterminous land use. Heavily traveled areas that have high incidences of random crossings are good candidates for mid-block crossings, including schools, shopping centers, transit centers, and college campuses. Install a midblock crosswalk where there is a substantial pedestrian desire line. Patronize applications include midblock bus stops, metro stations, parks, plazas, building entrances and midblock passageways. Day lighting in advance of a cross­ walk makes pedestrians more visible to motorists and cars more visible to pedestrians. This may be effected by restricting parking and/or installing a curb extension.

Influx Traffic Data extract Pedestrian & Bicycle Junction Counts for collecting turning movement data at pedestrian-and-bike-specific locations. A Junction Count could include locations like a street corner, intersecting paths in a park, or a retail store entrance. or example, cycle counting could mean counting one-twelfth of the inventory items each month. Therefore, each month one-twelfth of the inventory records would be adjusted so that they agree to the physical counts.

Another possibility would be to physically count the most important 15% of the inventory items every month and to cycle count the remaining 85%. Perhaps one-twelfth of the remaining 85% would be counted every month.

Cycle counting reduces the need for the costly process of shutting down the manufacturing process in order to count armory Cycle counting can also result in more accurate meantime financial statements since inventory is a key part of a company’s current assets and the calculation of its cost of goods sold. Although Counting bicyclists should not be restricted to two-wheeled pedal cycles, unicycles, pedicabs, tandem cycles, electric bicycles, bicycle trailers, and recumbent cycles should all be included in a bicycle count, enamored is a scrap clearer. If the count methodology allows, it’s id enamor the number of people in a cycle as opposed to the number of bicycles.

Count the following as a bicyclist:

Unicyclist, Bicyclist (including electric), Tandem cyclists (count each person, if possible), Pedi cab operator and passengers (count each person, if possible), Human passenger on a cycle (count each person, if possible), Human passenger in bicycle trailer (count each person, if possible), Cyclist on three or four-wheeled cycle, Recumbent bicyclist, Hand cyclist, A cyclist who dismounts in order to cross as a pedestrian at an intersection, then remounts after crossing.

Schools: Count on streets that lead to the school’s main entrances and near bike parking areas.

Central Business Districts or Other Major Retail Area: Count near transit stops or at gateways.

Shopping Malls: Count near transit stops, bike parking, and the primary entrances.

Major Employment Areas: Count near gateways, main entrances, or transit stops.

Residential Areas: Count on streets or trails near high-density residential or concentrated senior/ disabled housing, particularly those close to parks and school.

Civic uses, such as libraries, community centers, and sports facilities: Count on main streets leading to entrances, bike parking, or near transit stops.

Major Transit Stations or Stops: On primary access streets, near bike parking, or at entrances Public facilities for pedestrians and bicyclists.

On-Street Bikeways: Count where there are limited choices of parallel routes.

Multi-Use Trails: Count at, or near major access points.

Overcrossing and Under crossings: Count at a point that captures all users of the facility.

Bike Parking: Count where there is a lot of bike parking installed, or where there’s high demand for bike parking.

Transit Vehicles: Count where bicycles are allowed on the vehicle and you expect significant demand.

Queue length surveys can be undertaken both manually and with digital recording equipment depending on the nature of the survey and the client’s requirements. Queues are measured either in vehicles/ PCU’s or distance from the junction and can be recorded at various time intervals, although the most common are 5 minute and 15-minute intervals. Influx Traffic Data provides queue length data lane wise.

It is better to say that a conventional of a Queue System. Queuing is the study of traffic behavior near a certain section where demand exceeds available capacity. In traffic engineering, Queue lengths are important parameters for determining the capacity and traffic quality of traffic control equipment.

Queue lengths at the end of red trim (red-end) are of greatest importance for dimensioning the lengths of the lane at signalized intersections. While the average queue length reflects the capacity of traffic signals, the so-called 95th and 99th percentile of queue lengths at red ends are used for determining the length of turning lanes, such that the risk of a blockage in the through lanes could be minimized. Moreover, lengths of back-of-queue (queue length at the queue – end) must be considered for determining the lengths of turning lanes at signalized intersections. From Markov chains, The queue lengths and their distribution can be numerically calculated. The percentiles of queue lengths can be estimated from the distribution. Based on the results of Markov chains, regressions are undertaken for obtaining explicit formulas under stationary traffic conditions. For non-stationary traffic conditions, the formulas can be derived using the so-called transition techniques.

If a bus or heavy vehicle was present within the first 8 vehicles of the queue during a signal cycle, then a Queue was cast out. Two observers were assigned to each intersection, with each responsible for two approaches. During a one-hour period, each observer alternated fifteen minute periods between their two approaches. Analytic thinking Upon review of field sheets for accuracy, a common anomaly was noted. On several cycles, it was noted that the vehicles did not queue as expected. Examples include the following: · A vehicle would leave a space between the automobile in front equal to a car length for no ostensible reason. A vehicle would leave a space between the automobile in front equal to a car length to avoid blocking a driveway. The lead vehicle in the queue would pull up significantly beyond the STOP line.

Influx Traffic Data provides reports on a Signal jump, Lane crossing, Back queue, Access or leave parking, Overtaking, U-turns, Standing on a dual carriageway, Occupants exit at the intersection, Hoon type behaviors, non-designated pads crossing, vehicle conflicts/near miss, Opposite driving, etc. A traffic violation is a violation of the law committed by the driver of a vehicle while it is in motion.

The term “motion” identifies it from other vehicle violations, such as paperwork violations (which include violations involving automobile insurance, registration, and inspection), parking violations, or equipment violations. While some violations, like parking violations, are civil matters involving a vehicle’s owner, moving violations are charged against the actual driver.

Moving violations are usually classified as infractions or violations, but serious violations such as a hit and run, driving under the determine, and road passion can be considered felonies. A queue jump is a type of roadway geometry used to provide priority to buses at intersections, often found in bus speedy transit systems. It consists of an additional travel lane on the coming to a signalized intersection. This lane is often bonded to transit vehicles only. A queue jump lane usually comes with by a signal which provides a phase specifically for vehicles within the queue jump. Vehicles in the queue jump lane get a “head-start” over other queued vehicles and can, therefore, unify into the regular travel lanes immediately beyond the signal. The intent of the lane is to allow the higher-capacity vehicles to cut to the front of the queue, reducing the delay caused by the signal and improving the operational efficiency of the transit system.

Queue jumps are only efficient in certain situations. First, there has to be a surviving origin of the delay or roadway congestion; if there is no congestion and the normal traffic signal is usually green, then the bus driver has no way to move into the queue jump. The length of the queue jump lane needs to be long enough to provide meaningful time savings. Queue jumps can also be used in situations such as bus stop pullouts or at the end of a bus-only lane, in order to help rush the bus merge into traffic.

Overtaking or passing is the act of one vehicle going fast another slower moving vehicle, traveling in the same direction, on a road. The lane used for overtaking another vehicle is almost always a passing lane further from the roadside, which is to the right in places that drive on the left and to the left in places that drive on the right.

Every client is unique and their requirements. INFLUX TRAFFIC DATA provides tailored traffic data extraction services. For  example:- Vehicle classifications based on axle configurations, Freight classifications, Equestrians etc. Vehicle Counting is to count the number of vehicles passing through the given study stretch according to their vehicle type and Speed Extraction is to extract the speed of different types of vehicles entering a specified study stretch. Vehicles can be categorized in numerous ways. Influx Traffic Data Road Volume data report, also known as  Link Counts, counts the total vehicle volume and vehicle classification, typically over 24-hour, 48-hour and 7-day time periods. This report delivers lane-by-lane classifications.

In roundabout count report totals the turning movement, volume of a roundabout, particularization the entry, circulating and exit flow rate for each roundabout leg, from origin to destination. This data can be used to find out the capacity and carrying out the efficiency of the different roundabout feelers, and the roundabout as a whole. Pedestrian & Bicycle Pathway Count brings Road Volume Data functionality to Pedestrian and Bicycle substructure. Collect bi-directional volume data for sidewalks, venue entrances. The traffic volume and different vehicle classes’ makeup in any roadway for strategic planning, improvements, and maintenance. It also identifies the Daily Traffic, Peak Hour Traffic, and it’s composition. We use manual, video and ATCCs to survey the roadway volume and classification.

This survey takes capturing vehicle turning movements and its composition in an intersection. This information is critical for all strategic Junction Improvements, sign, Planning the Pedestrian Crossing, etc.  It provides the peak hour Turning movement information. We use videos, Manual and sometimes ANPR for complex Intersections.

Data collection is a critical task for any organization interested in financing a new project, developing a new project or looking to acquire a project. INFLUX TRAFFIC DATA is high-speed comprehensive traffic data collection system that provides high accuracy in real time vehicle counting and classification without a gap to traffic flows. It plays a role in the collection of data meant for traffic survey by employing a set of sensors that provide information on the volume of traffic by an hour of the day, vehicle profile and various vehicle classes.

In Traffic Data Solutions we offer the possibility of making customized counts and reports on specific locations. The data are compiled automatically over 30-minute time slots, by means of a continuous chanting service, 24hour a day, 7 days a week, and a customizable daily and/or monthly report is prepared. Our Traffic solution is a complete resource for collection, analysis, and reporting of traffic data.  INFLUX TRAFFIC DATA Traffic does not require costly installation and provides more information than simple daily vehicle axle counts.