VivaCity sensors have been installed to gather data insights on active travel as part of Liverpool City Region’s ‘Sustainable Green Travel Corridors Project’. The data is fed into a dashboard and mobile phone app, developed by Liverpool John Moores University, to enable local authorities and residents to make strategic and sustainable transport decisions.
The Cross River Partnership (CRP) VivaCity programme has been deployed as a school street monitoring scheme at Saint Scholastica’s Roman Catholic Primary School in east London, gathering data about the variations of motorised and non-motorised road users as a result of the implementation. A school street is a road, or section of a road, thatRead More
In summer 2020, some of the streets of Soho in central London were closed to vehicular traffic between 5pm and 10pm, allowing hospitality establishments to set up extra space outdoors to serve customers, while increasing overall space for pedestrians to safely transit due to the ongoing pandemic. This initiative was fondly named Soho ‘Al Fresco’. TheRead More