Maximize the modal shift: safely, sustainably, strategically

The wide-spread modal shift towards active transportation and micromobility is challenging the urban transport status quo.

Local authorities are under mounting pressure to reflect and embrace this cultural travel change by providing safe and equitable micromobility and active transportation opportunity, infrastructure and policy.

Decarbonising the transportation network via greener travel alternatives and walking and cycling investment, is a central pillar of the sustainable transportation agenda and key to achieving Net Zero targets.

By leveraging intelligent transport systems local authorities can deliver the most effective sustainable urban mobility plans based on real-world evidence.

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How Viva can support your sustainable transportation plan

Our sustainable transportation solution, Smart Traffic Monitoring, delivers a range of benefits for sustainable transportation planning, monitoring and evaluation. Explore the benefits of this award-winning solution.

Generate micromobility uptake

Understand how e-scooters use the road space and use this insight to plan, monitor and evaluate micromobility led infrastructure development and its impact on e-scooter behaviors and trends.

Discover how the University of Bristol are using e-scooter data to understand uptake and interactions.


Optimize cycling infrastructure based on behaviors and trends, for safer and more enjoyable cycling experiences

Capture data that illustrates how recently introduced cycling infrastructure has impacting cycling levels and identify other areas which require enhanced cycling infrastructure.

Monmouthshire County Council are using data insights to monitor the impact of a contraflow cycle lane.


Implement successful School Streets that make it safe for children and parents to walk or cycle to school, based on data insights and evidence

Identify how motorized traffic levels have be affected by School Street implementation, both during and beyond restricted hours.

Explore key findings uncovered by University of Westminster’s Active Travel Academy, using Viva data in their analysis of School Streets in Hackney, London.


Communicate the impact of low traffic neighborhoods with accurate and objective data to key stakeholders

Support the planning, implementation and communication of LTNs’ results and impact on cycling, walking and overall travel trends with baseline and post-implementation data.

Learn how Hounslow Council is using Viva data to evaluate the impact of Liveable Neighborhoods initiatives.


Design a strategic urban regeneration strategy and measure its impact on of your community

Gather high quality footfall and pedestrian data to guide urban regeneration planning and objective setting. Post-implementation, monitor the impact of interventions on active transportation and high street activity against KPIs.

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Optimized for long-term monitoring, capture baseline data pre- intervention and continuous 24/7 data post-intervention to satisfy Monitoring & Evaluation requirements.

Analyze how traffic levels and flow is impacting air quality

Co-locate Viva traffic monitoring sensors with air quality sensors to capture the environmental and health benefits of reduced vehicle activity.

Read about our collaboration with Transport for West Midlands and Vaisala, leaders in weather and environmental measurements.



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Learn more about how Smart Traffic Monitoring supports Sustainable Transport schemes