Our solutions are deployed worldwide, with Scotland as our biggest market. Over the years, we have worked on many compelling projects, including the award-winning A720 Sheriffhall Roundabout and A1 Delineation scheme.
The A720 Edinburgh City Bypass around the southern fringe of Edinburgh is a strategically important route. Sheriffhall is a six-arm roundabout which connects several important roads including the A7 and the A720, and handles upwards of 42,000 vehicles a day.
SolarLite Active Road Studs used to improve route safety on the A1 in Scotland through enhanced delineation.
Solarlite Road Studs have been installed along the extensive cycle path network in South Ayrshire creating an environmentally friendly and safe solution for the cycle path located in the wooded area.
Installation helps reduce traffic speed through Fairlie, Scotland
How Aberdeen replaced troublesome loops with a wireless solution
Cyclists in Dundee benefit from night time delineation of cycle paths following the installation of 130 SolarLite Intelligent road studs. These provide cyclists with clearer and more defined guidance of the path ahead for up to 900m.
Clearview Intelligence provided vehicle count and classification with variable speed awareness and vehicle activated signs (VAS) across six locations on the A75 Stranraer to Gretna Green to encourage speed compliance and change driver behaviour.
MOVA Traffic Signal Detection keeps busy bridge moving and improves safety
Following a number of accidents at the junction where the A76 and B744 meet, a vehicle detection system and vehicle activated signs were used to reduce speeding and increase safety at the junction.a
Route safety scheme alerting oncoming traffic to vehicles turning ahead while also encouraging speed compliance on the A701
An innovative solution that warns drivers if they drive the wrong way up a slip road, approaching on-coming traffic and creating a potentially dangerous situation
With its 410 miles, the A1 is the longest numbered road in the UK, connecting London, the capital of England, with Edinburgh, the capital of Scotland. With a mixture of single and dual carriageway roads, A1 through the South East trunk road network is rural in nature.
With a focus on more local improvements, Transport Scotland aimed to enhance the road safety record of the route. Clearview proposed the deployment of 4,100 white and red SolarLite Flush Road Studs as road edge and centre delineation using amber and green studs.
The scheme, which covers 14 miles of the A1 from the Scottish border to the Granthouse Junction, allows the junctions to be defined to approaching drivers and to operate in darkness without the need for external power.
This route safety scheme targeted three main safety concerns:
The A1 Delineation Scheme User Survey Results
In co-operation with Napier University, the Transport Research Institute undertook independent research into the effectiveness of active road stud. By surveying residents around the area, the study aimed to determine the effects of installing SolarLite Flush Studs on the local site and how improved delineation has changed driver behaviour.
The results found that:
Our SolarLite Active Road Studs:
IRS2 Hardwired Intelligent Road Studs
Insight Journey Time Monitoring
M100 Wireless Vehicle Detection System