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Ford Testing Smart Traffic Light Technology

The technology could eliminate response time and save lives. American car company, Ford, has started testing smart traffic light technology. If successful, this system would allow emergency vehicles to communicate directly with the signal head. In a crisis, every second…

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Med City Mover – Rochester, MN

The Med City Mover is a low-speed, automated, electric, multi-passenger shuttle operating in downtown Rochester, MN. Two, six-person shuttles will drive a circular route to serve Rochester residents, businesses, and visitors while passing by the Mayo Clinic downtown campus, residential…

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Econolite Introduces EVO RADAR

  New best-in-class radar sensor solution strengthens Econolite’s position as the industry-leading sensor solutions provider   Anaheim, Calif., March 10, 2021—Econolite, the leader in one-stop-shop traffic management, today announced that it has introduced EVO RADAR detection sensor. The Econolite EVO…

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New Snow-Proof Visors on Lake County Owned Red Lights

The Lake County Division of Transportation (LCDOT) is aiming to solve a problem that has plagued drivers for the past few years, blowing heavy snow covering red lights. To combat this issue, LCDOT is installing “snow-proof visors” on red lights…

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Applied Information Announces Full C-V2X Roadside and Onboard Units with Guaranteed Upgrade to 5G Along with DSRC Buy Back Program

Empowers Departments of Transportation to Continue Connected Vehicle Safety Programs   ATLANTA (November 19, 2020) – Applied Information, Inc., the leading provider of intelligent transportation infrastructure solutions, today announced the availability of full Cellular Vehicle to Everything (C-V2X) Connected Vehicle…

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City of St. Cloud Sees Snowplow Savings with Opticom

Five-year study finds traffic signal priority helped reduce driving time by more than 20 percent, resulting in significant fuel savings. October 29, 2020 (ST. PAUL, Minn.) – For decades, Opticom™ priority control has been utilized by cities for emergency vehicle…

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Glance School Zone Management System

  School zone flashing beacons are an industry standard to reduce the speed limit during school start and end times. However, as things change, they need constant maintenance to stay up to date. The Applied Information school zone technology makes…

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Illinois Transportation Enhancement Program (ITEP)

Illinois Transportation Enhancement Program (ITEP) Click HERE for application and guidelines Eligible elements as part of Pedestrian/Bicycle Facilities projects: • Pedestrian modifications to existing signals (ped heads, push buttons, etc.) • Crossing warning lights (per MUTCD) • Pedestrian crossings (not…

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Introducing the World’s First Infrastructure-Automotive Technology Laboratory: iATL

Visit Applied Information’s Blog page to read the full article!

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COVID-19 Response

Click Here to see how Traffic Control Corporation and our partners are responding to the current situation.

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Applied Information Connected Flashers

With pedestrian road deaths having increased 53% in the past decade, the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) is promoting its Safe Transportation for Every Pedestrian (STEP) and the countermeasures it has introduced to increase safety for vulnerable road users. Click on…

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The new transportation trend of flashing yellow arrows coming in 2020 to Butterfield Road

Read the full article by Dan Moran at the Chicago Tribune website, Lake County News-Sun. Click Here  

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