Keeping people safe on local streets is just one part of a picture. Police keep residents safe every day in many ways. But traffic enforcement can be time consuming and laborious. Monitoring speeds, warning speeders, and checking speeds individually are all tasks that take a lot of time. What if you could get vehicle speed data right at your fingertips? What if you didn’t need to go figure out where speeding was happening? Traffic data can give you the insights you need to protect your streets better, with less effort.
How does traffic data work?
Traffic data keeps detailed track of driver behavior on your streets. It can give you the insights you need to help you enforce smarter and better. Traffic Logix offers options for discreet traffic monitoring on its own as well as speed reduction tools that also monitor data. That includes all of our radar sign models as well as our speed camera solutions. In fact, our radar signs can keep track of data even when they appear to be off so that drivers aren’t slowing down and skewing your results. You can easily view data and download reports from any device that give you detailed info and when, where, and if speeding is happening.
How can we get data on multiple streets?
Data is powerful. But if you just mount a device on one street and collect data, your scope is limited. That’s why all our solutions can be used at multiple locations. Our universal mounting bracket lets you simply slide the sign or monitor right into place. You can then gather data wherever you have speeding concerns. Instead of sending police presence to do traffic enforcement, you can simply deploy a speed trailer or speed tracker to find out if speeding is an issue.
What can we do to prevent speeding?
Once you know speeding is an issue on a specific street, we can help you solve it too. Our radar signs are proven to slow cars down. Drivers who see the visual speed reminder almost always hit the brakes and drive more safely, even miles down the road. If you’re simply tracking data and not using a radar sign, once you find out where speeding is a concern, you can choose a sign with the features you need to slow cars down.
When is police presence actually needed?
When you find specific streets where speeding continues to be an issue, even with a radar speed sign, it may be time to send a police person to enforce speeds. However, rather than shooting in the dark, you now have data on exactly where traffic enforcement is needed. So you can spend less time protecting your streets, and more time protecting the rest of your city.