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Our Top 10 road safety, traffic data collection, and smart city blog posts from 2015

The management team here at Clearview Traffic Group have gathered for our annual sit down to collate our most popular blog posts for another year – covering some of our most popular inputs and insights into road safety, traffic data collection and smart city thinking from the last 12 months – and we’ve been spoilt for choice for 2015, too.

So, in order of number of views and visits, here’s our Top 10 blog posts for the last year:

10Who knew – safer cycling does exist outside of London!

This blog post reviewed cycling safety initiatives in the UK – including ‘Safer Lorries Scheme’ and the cycle superhighway infrastructure -and the role of our products.

Read the full blog post here to find out more.

9Slow Down, my Daddy works here! – successful road safety campaign highlighted.

This blog post highlighted a new and interesting approach to the sometimes sterile subject of road safety in the UK, by introducing a very human and warm emotive appeal.

Read the full blog post here.

8Autonomous and connected vehicles is so tomorrow’s solution – what about today?

The topic of connected cars on our roads came under the spotlight in this blog post – with a look at our intelligent transport systems and congestion monitoring solutions.

Read the full blog post here to find out more.

7Never mind the hype – the Internet of Transport is here today.

We’re really passionate about anything to do with intelligent transport systems, and this blog posts examines exciting new developments in the ITS sector for 2015 and beyond.

Read the full blog post here to find out more.

6New YouTube video highlights smart parking benefits provided by Clearview Traffic parking tools.

We’ve been championing the cause of smart parking solutions for years -and our latest YouTube video clearly highlights how our products are changing parking for the better.

Read the full blog post here to find out more.

5The power of the ‘carrot versus the stick’ – promoting speed compliance over enforcement for increased road safety.

The topic of vehicle detection on our roads came under the spotlight in this blog post -with the successful incorporation of one of our leading intelligent transport systems.

Read the full blog post here to find out more.

4Is positively changing driver behaviour more about education and information rather than punishment?

An interesting question, and this blog post certainly attracted attention around the subject of road safety and driver awareness on the road networks in the UK.

Read the full blog post here to find out more.

3Smart motorways in 2015 and how the M100 is transforming MIDAS.

Our work in the Smart City sector has caught much attention and awareness in recent months, and we’ve invested heavily in this area with our innovative products.

Read the full blog post here to find out more.

218% of the UK road network now classified as high risk – is it time to act?

One of our top blog posts for 2015, and it asked a controversial question – as well as highlighting some key ongoing issue for road safety across the country’s road networks.

Read the full blog post here to find out more.

1The end of the road for cats eyes? Not likely!

Our most popular blog post for the whole year – and it took an informed look at one of the stalwarts of road safety – the cats eye. Our SolarLite road studs remain a favourite.

Read the full blog post here to find out more.

Looking ahead we wish our readers a happy and prosperous 2016, and look forward to delivering more useful industry blogs throughout the course of the year.

To find out more about our road safety products, traffic data solutions and smart city insights, please get in touch here.

Author: admin |Date Published: January 2016

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