For Walk to School Week 2022, we look at the scale of walking to school, some of the barriers and how our traffic sensors have helped a local council to evaluate the impact of implementing two School Streets.
Modal Shift is a happening, that’s a fact. But assessing transport mode changes as well as evaluating road schemes can be a difficult task. Discover how computer vision technology can offer powerful tools for the job.
Merton Council are using VivaCity sensors to gather data on footfall and traffic on Wimbledon High Street to identify if there has been a ‘bounce back’ in activity since the lifting of Covid-19 restrictions in January 2022.
The London Borough of Hounslow is using VivaCity sensors to gather data on the impact of Liveable Neighbourhoods initiatives.
Abergavenny have installed three VivaCity sensors to collect baseline data and monitor their Active Travel scheme in the town centre, capturing modal counts, paths and speed data.
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.