SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (KELO AM) – The city is equipping more streets with adaptive signals that detect traffic counts and adjust signals in real time.
Dustin Brinkman with Rhythm Engineering says the technology has mad a positive impact to traffic flow on 26th Street, reduced crashes and decreased fuel consumption.
Sioux Falls Police Chief Matt Burns says when cars stop less often, the likelihood for crashes also decreases. He says “more smoothly flowing traffic makes for safer commutes and a healthier community.”