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Observations, news and opinion on all aspects of the industry, straight from the keyboards of us here at Clearview Intelligence.

Local Authority Parking—too many options to be effective?

July 20th 2017 / AndrewR / Links: Parking

There is a juggling act that Local Authorities in the UK face when providing parking facilities. They are having to face up to a no-win situation. Is there any light on the horizon? Will the internet of things, smart cities and ITS technology solve this conundrum? The answer is yes, probably.....but......

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Summer ahead: keep the holiday traffic flowing smoothly

July 13th 2017 / Shona / Links: Congestion

The summer holiday season is almost upon us and with it the inevitable increase in traffic on the roads. Clearview Intelligence can help you to keep the traffic moving and minimise congestion and driver frustration by providing the data you need to make informed decisions about the journey ahead.

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Meet the team: Jeff Higgs, Senior Projects Engineer

July 6th 2017 / MichelleC-H / Links: Social Responsibility

In this article, our Senior Projects Engineer, Jeff Higgs, explains what's involved in his role and how he works to make our innovative installations a reality and introduce new technology into Clearview's established solutions.

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Improving safety at junctions can save lives

June 29th 2017 / MichelleC-H / Links: Road Safety

1,810 people died on the UK’s roads in the year ending September 2016 according to the Department for Transport’s (DfT) provisional estimates. That’s a 2.4% increase from the previous year (1,767). In total, 25,160 people were killed or seriously injured over this period. Clearview Intelligence are committed to improving junction safety to reduce these road casualty figures and aim to do so by targeting 3 key factors: speed compliance, driver awareness and driver behaviour.

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Do we still need to get our road maintenance ducks in a row?

June 22nd 2017 / AndrewR / Links: Journey Predictability

Traditionally now is the time of the year when new Local Authority budgets have kicked in, the weather is good and road repairs and improvements can get underway. It's always a bit of pain being stuck in roadwork traffic, but the need for increased maintenance of our urban and rural road network has never been greater.

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Speed bumps negatively impacting air quality

Calming the bumpy road to speed compliance

June 15th 2017 / Shona / Links: Congestion Road Safety

Speed bumps have long been the default solution for local authorities wishing to facilitate a reduction in speeding vehicles on certain sections of road, particularly in built-up areas. However, research by the Imperial College London has found that the level of harmful emissions from diesel cars increases significantly when vehicles slow down and accelerate, producing 98 percent more nitrogen dioxide and 64 percent more carbon dioxide when driving over speed bumps. Is it time to scrap speed bumps in favour of alternatives that promote smoother speed compliance?

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How to get your road users out of a jam: reducing congestion around roadworks

June 8th 2017 / HeidiM / Links: Congestion Road Safety Data Management Journey Predictability Transforming Behaviour

Understanding when congestion is most likely to occur, and where, can help drivers plan accordingly, whether that means setting off early or taking an alternative route. If road operators can provide timely, accurate traffic information and projected journey times during roadworks, road users benefit from the information they need to evaluate alternative routes, let others know of their expected arrival time, and stay calm if they do get caught in a jam by knowing how long they will be held up.

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Future proofing your parking management

June 1st 2017 / Shona / Links: Parking

Whilst location is the prime focus for parking and property professionals, the role of intelligence and communication to inform key decisions on parking matters is vital in getting the most value out of an expensive asset. Looking to the future, the emergence of electric vehicles, connected and automated vehicles, and the rapidly expanding availability of big data and open data will all leave their mark on the transport landscape and impact on how parking is planned and effectively managed.

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Shining a light on greater budget efficiency with active road studs

May 25th 2017 / AndrewR / Links: Road Safety Cycling

Juggling budgets is a difficult job, and the battle to prioritise spend in an age of continuing budget pressure is no fun, but we would urge local authorities to keep looking for ways to continually improve not only road conditions but also road safety within their allocated budgets.

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