Continued extension of national ITS platform

The Swedish Transport Administration has engaged Infracontrol for the continued development, extension and administration of its national system for traffic equipment, known as TUS2. The agreement is for two years, with an option for a further two. The system is used to control, monitor and collect data from ITS installations nationwide such as variable speed…

Swedish Transport Administration NTS wins international prize

The Swedish Transport Administration’s National Traffic Management Support (NTS) has received the Global Road Achievement Award in the Traffic Management and ITS category from the International Road Federation (IRF). The prize is awarded annually with the aim of drawing attention to world-leading projects and organizations that promote progress in the field of road traffic. The…

Improved traffic information on more ferry routes

Last year Infracontrol was awarded the contract to deliver the new traffic information system based on the Infracontrol Online cloud service to the Swedish Transport Administration’s ferry company. The first ferry route to get connected and receive new signs was Vaxholmsleden, and the system went into operation in October 2012. Following a successful trial period,…

Interaction design means simpler, safer traffic management

The Swedish Transport Administration’s National Traffic Management Support (NTS) has been helping traffic managers make safe decisions fast since 2004. Now the system will be even more powerful and simpler to use. With the assistance of specialist expertise from Infracontrol, user studies and requirements analyses are in progress to form the basis for improvements that…

The Lundby Tunnel gets new control and monitoring systems

Now it’s also time to modernize the traffic, operations and safety functions systems in the Lundby Tunnel. Midroc Automation is the main contractor and it has engaged Infracontrol to upgrade the monitoring system and to introduce a new traffic control system. The objective is to improve safety and make work in the traffic management center…

Gothenburg Tramways Control System future-proofed

The monitoring system for Gothenburg Tramways has now entered its fifteenth year of uninterrupted operations. The system is in use around the clock by traffic managers at TLI, Gothenburg Tramways’ traffic management and information unit, to remotely monitor switches and signals. The hardware is now being upgraded to safeguard the supply of spare parts. –…