Viva data is helping Authorities across the UK optimize roads for sustainable travel. In this blog, Viva’s Flora McFarlane presents a series of case studies that show how councils are using data insights to make cycling a safer option for all.
The Government’s Air Quality Grant Scheme promises an allocation of at least £7m to English local authorities. In this blog learn how Viva traffic data can support air quality monitoring schemes.
Transport for Greater Manchester (TfGM) is advancing its cycling and walking infrastructure programme through the rollout of Viva technology. This partnership will see our AI-powered sensors installed across the region to capture anonymous data in real-time on cycling and walking, helping to assess trends on key roads and junctions. This will give TfGM insight intoRead More
Our CEO, Mark Nicholson, discusses with Open Access Government magazine how local lockdown travel habits are already influencing the green recovery. With restrictions in the UK now easing, residents have spent much more time in their local area than ever before during lockdown. Whether it was walking around the local park, cycling around the area, orRead More
TfGM chooses Viva to deploy AI-controlled smart junctions to optimize traffic networks. There has been a nation-wide boom in the number of cyclists since the Covid-19 pandemic took hold. With people avoiding public transport when getting around towns and cities, and the daily commute changing for many in the longer term, innovation in transportation isRead More
Developing active travel schemes to support more walking and cycling Challenge Oxfordshire County Council are developing a set of active travel schemes with plans to reallocate road space to cyclists and pedestrians to increase cycling in the county and to create an environment that is safer for both walking and cycling. The council needs toRead More