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Traffic Signal Priority


Traffic signals control the flow of vehicles, pedestrians, and cyclists in situations where there is a high level of conflict between movements, ensuring that these movements are made as safely and efficiently as possible.


Not being able to prioritise certain road user groups, such as emergency vehicles, public transport, freight, pedestrians, and cyclists, so that they experience minimal delay at traffic signals has economic, social, and environmental disadvantages.


Monotch developed an integrated, interoperable, cooperative, reliable, and secure platform for exchanging data on traffic signal priority, including tools that assist the Road Authority and its partners in effectively managing signal priority measures. 

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