Traffic signal improvements are some of the most common and cost-effective means for relieving congestion, stopped delays, and travel times along a corridor and throughout a municipality. One such improvement is an interconnected traffic signal system. This is a system that creates the infrastructure for communication between each traffic signal controller and typically a remote
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An origin-destination study is used for planning purposes to determine traffic patterns along a given route or set of routes. All traffic patterns (or a sample of specified traffic patterns) are collected using a variety of methods. Anonymous data from a driver’s smart phone, license plate readers or aerial tracking via drone can be utilized
Congratulations to Hamilton, Florence/Boone County, and Springdale for receiving OKI CMAQ/STP funding. TEC had the pleasure of assisting these communities with their grant applications. In addition, TEC assisted Fairfield County and Marietta with HSP and CMAQ funding applications.
The tragic events that took place in Dayton just a few days ago sadden us all. We feel deep compassion for the victims and their friends, family and loved ones. Our hearts and prayers are with you, Dayton. Click here to learn how to help the victims and families of the Oregon District tragedy.
Two of our employees (Kellie Linville and Ahmad Saleh) have acquired Remote Pilot Licenses from the FAA. TEC is now able to fly drones for commercial purposes! With over 160 flights recorded to date, our pilots have experience in traffic monitoring, survey, traffic counts, project tracking and more. Our pilots are familiar with FAA rules
TEC congratulates Edward Williams and Andrea Harth on earning their Road Safety Professional (RSP) certifications! This is a new certification offered through the Transportation Professional Certification Board (TPCB). Learn more here: http://www.tpcb.org/rsp/
TEC is proud to congratulate Dylan Osborn for receiving his Professional Engineer (PE) certification! Dylan has worked at TEC since 2014. He is responsible for signal design, signal timing, asset management data collection, data analysis, and engineering studies.