OFFSHORE ANALYSIS

VTRAC Worldwide specialized in providing traffic management solutions and offshore transportation data analysis and traffic data collections for both governments and private sectors. Our team has over 40 years of combined expertise and experience with an aim to provide the necessary insights and needed information in the traffic data analysis to serve our clients in the best possible ways. We made our footprints across different sectors like Transportation Planners, Government Authorities, Toll Concessionaires, Urban Planners, Traffic Engineers, Road Infrastructure Companies and Architect & Consultants by providing best quality services. Our commitment to our partners and clients is demonstrated by providing custom made services to meet their different requirements with our wide range of solutions, which further makes us an effective partner even in the unfamiliar situations and focus on the desired objective. Our partnerships are present across the globe spanning Europe, Asia, America, Australia and the Middle-East with VTRAC having built a diverse profile in offshore traffic analysis.

INTERSECTION COUNTS

Intersection count is a type of traffic surveys wherein it requires to count the vehicles, cycles, pedestrians, which is conveyed in a particular road, path or intersection. The main purpose is to optimize the counts of vehicle movements through an intersection during certain time periods.

INTERSECTION COUNTS
TURNING MOVEMENT COUNTS

Turning movement count is a traffic count survey method that enables assessing the movement of vehicles, traffic flow and delay characteristics in greater than three arms. The data collected from a turning movement count survey is used to develop improvement plans for critical intersections in the short term.

TURNING MOVEMENT COUNTS
ORIGIN-DESTINATION COUNTS

The Origin-Destination survey helps the local city councils and transport planners plot the movement of the residents. This calculates the trip movements and travel destination choices of the people and is used to calculate current and future parking space availability data

ORIGIN-DESTINATION COUNTS
PEDESTRIAN COUNTS

Pedestrian count surveys collect useful data related to pedestrian traffic behaviour. They enable the identification of traffic volume, the time taken to cross the road, any obstructions, and the usage frequency of crossing infrastructure. The level or frequency of conflict between cyclists or pedestrians can also be determined through pedestrian counts.

PEDESTRIAN COUNTS
BICYCLE COUNTS

This is a method of traffic flow analysis based on non-motorised traffic including bicycle traffic and pedestrian traffic. The number of bi-cycle counts however, is limited over space and thus is not dependent on the type of road user.

BICYCLE COUNTS
QUEUE LENGTH SURVEYS

Typically, this involves queue management techniques by recording the number of vehicles in a queue before the traffic signal turns green for one or all legs on an intersection. It also involves the recording of the volume of each lane queue depending on the length of the queue, and by taking into account the number of lanes that exist.

QUEUE LENGTH SURVEYS
JOURNEY TIME SURVEYS

Journey time or travel time surveys are done using portable GPS units installed in survey vehicles. Data collection is possible through travel time surveys at pre-determined locations. It depends largely on the number of moving vehicles and can also relay information relating to queue times at each feature, such as signalled junctions. The GPS data is downloaded when the precise OSGR location of the back of the queue (determined via a significant reduction in speed) and the time of passing the agreed timings point are shown.

JOURNEY TIME SURVEYS
ROUNDABOUT COUNTS

Roundabouts are busy sites as far as traffic is concerned. Pedestrians, cyclists and vehicles alike swarm through these at the rush hour. This is a complicated ecology which requires its independent monitoring for a smooth rolling. A Roundabout Count sums up the Turning Movement Volume (TMV) of a roundabout as a measure of its capacity and performance efficiency. VTRAC presents the Roundabout Count Report as a comprehensive document with entry, traffic circulation and exit flow rate of each roundabout arm, from origin to destination. We also make classifications based on bicycles and vehicles.

ROUNDABOUT COUNTS
RAIL & BUS PUNCTUALITY SURVEYS

Commuter services like the railways define punctuality as arrival within 3 minutes of the stipulated time. Punctuality surveys enable passengers to rate the commute or journey on the basis of various parameters. These include the time taken waiting for the bus or train, their satisfaction with the overall journey and their view of whether they received value for money.

RAIL & BUS PUNCTUALITY SURVEYS
PARKING SURVEY METHODOLOGY

The main objective of the parking survey methodology is to assess usage levels for on and off-street parking. This type of survey also enables the identification of key issues and constraints in parking demand and supply characteristics.

PARKING SURVEY METHODOLOGY
NUMBER PLATE RECOGNITION

Number plate recognition or the ANPR system is a mass surveillance method involving the capture of images to enable the manual reading of vehicle registration plates manually. The images collected through number plate recognition involve large volumes of data which we arrange, sort and analyse to translate them into meaningful data points for your business.

NUMBER PLATE RECOGNITION
ILLEGAL MOVEMENT SURVEY

Tracking illegal movements on the road such as traffic violations, parking in a no-parking zone, and unloading goods in a non-loading zone and so on is enabled through illegal movement surveys. These surveys are extremely helpful in traffic management and collating data on traffic offenders.

ILLEGAL MOVEMENT SURVEY
TRAFFIC SATURATION FLOW & DEGREE OF SATURATIONS (DoS)

The traffic saturation flow rate at signalized intersection can be measured to determine the capacity of the current roadways and intersections in handling traffic volumes. It is defined as the number of vehicles per hour that could cross the line if the signal remained green all of the time. It enables urban infrastructure planning in terms of whether new roads, flyovers and intersections need to be built with respect to the traffic flows on existing intersections. It also helps in setting times for traffic signals to change in order to handle traffic. The data is calculated on the assumption that there is a continuous queue of vehicles with minimal headways. It is also based on evaluating the maximum number of vehicles that would pass through the intersection if the lane was in continuous green signal for that hour.

TRAFFIC SATURATION FLOW & DEGREE OF SATURATIONS (DoS)
MIDBLOCK SURVEYS

This process involves counting the volume of vehicles moving in crossing at an inappropriate line which is located at a nearest streamlined junction. This counting process is performed by considering the required classifications at required time intervals.

MIDBLOCK SURVEYS

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