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How Miami-Dade County Reduced Crashes on SW 8th Street by 10%

The In|Sync Adaptive Traffic Signal Control System has been changing the game in over 150 cities and counties across the United States. One of the areas that have recently adopted and implemented In|Sync is Miami-Dade County in Florida, specifically initiating the use of the technology …

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How Traffic Engineers Can Help Improve Air Quality in Urban Areas

Environmental sustainability is a mounting concern for public agencies as the relationship between transportation and global climate change becomes clearer.  A recent report* by the Environmental Protection Agency states that the greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from traffic account for about 28% of the total U.S. …

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How Pinellas County, Florida, Solved the Most Complex Traffic Problems?

Traffic Problems Faced: The landscapes of today’s cities are so dynamic. It’s hard to even imagine, we ever lived in times without cars or without traffic. Traffic flows are hard to understand, to predict and to manage. It becomes a hard-hitting problem when we start seeing more vehicle crashes, congestions and citizen complaints. Pinellas County, …

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Will Americans Travel Less This Holiday Season?

We really likе the quote that a fellow traffic engineer once shared, and we think it best shows the concerns we all have around this time of the year: “The only Christmas lights I have are red, yellow, and green.”  Will 2020 holiday season traffic …

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How the City of Longmont, CO Cut down Delays in Traffic by 52%?

Plug-and-play solution solves traffic challenges and reduces accidents. Rather than using traditional time-of-day coordinated signal timing plans to improve their signal timing and traffic flow challenges, The City of Longmont, Colorado decided to use innovative new technology — the In|Sync adaptive traffic control system. Based …

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Hashing: How We Preserve Your Privacy?

In today’s technologically advanced world information is collected and analyzed from everywhere. For example, devices like our phones come with different sensors, processors, and other types of communication hardware that track a host of things. Although data collection and analysis can be highly beneficial (e.g., understanding consumer demand, streamlining business practices, improving communication technologies, etc.), they can present legitimate concerns regarding security and privacy.  Since Rhythm Engineering is a company that …

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In|Sync Strikes Again (And This Time, From a Side Street)

The white sands and serene waters of Tampa and Clearwater have just become more reachable with more time spent there rather than on the road, thanks to Rhythm’s revolutionary adaptive signal control system In|Sync. The system covers 26 unsignalized intersections along a stretch of five …