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SCOOT

SCOOT - Split Cycle Offset Optimisation Technique

SCOOT is a software solution created to deal with the fluctuating traffic flow demands within our networks, and as the SCOOT web site says “SCOOT is the world’s leading adaptive traffic control system. It coordinates the operation of all the traffic signals in an area to give good progression to vehicles through the network. Whilst coordinating all the signals, it responds intelligently and continuously as traffic flow changes and fluctuates throughout the day. It removes the dependence of less sophisticated systems on signal plans, which have to be expensively updated.

From this we can read that making the most of any traffic control system requires an experienced operator.

At Advantage Traffic, we have over 25 years experience (including working abroad) of carrying out the design and validation of all types of signalised junctions and crossings, from simple pedestrian crossings to complex multi-node gyratories and roundabouts. Getting the most out of our road networks is both desirable and an obligation under the Traffic Management Act (2004).

  • SCOOT loop surveys and visit reports
  • Allocation of nodes to regions
  • Database creation
  • On-site link, node and region validation
  • Updated records and link diagrams
  • Validation training and mentoring

It therefore makes sense that you should place your trust in one of the country’s most experienced Traffic Control Engineers.

SCOOT

SCOOT - Split Cycle Offset Optimisation Technique

SCOOT is a software solution created to deal with the fluctuating traffic flow demands within our networks, and as the SCOOT web site says “SCOOT is the world’s leading adaptive traffic control system. It coordinates the operation of all the traffic signals in an area to give good progression to vehicles through the network. Whilst coordinating all the signals, it responds intelligently and continuously as traffic flow changes and fluctuates throughout the day. It removes the dependence of less sophisticated systems on signal plans, which have to be expensively updated.

From this we can read that making the most of any traffic control system requires an experienced operator.

At Advantage Traffic, we have over 25 years experience (including working abroad) of carrying out the design and validation of all types of signalised junctions and crossings, from simple pedestrian crossings to complex multi-node gyratories and roundabouts. Getting the most out of our road networks is both desirable and an obligation under the Traffic Management Act (2004).

  • SCOOT loop surveys and visit reports
  • Allocation of nodes to regions
  • Database creation
  • On-site link, node and region validation
  • Updated records and link diagrams
  • Validation training and mentoring

It therefore makes sense that you should place your trust in one of the country’s most experienced Traffic Control Engineers.