A survey of drivers in Oakland County, Michigan revealed that 72 percent believe that they are better off after deployment of adaptive signal control.

May 1997
Oakland County,Michigan,United States

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Eight-hundred drivers recently surveyed in Oakland County, Michigan saw the outlines of an even more congested future in their county, which already shares with a neighbor the strain of having the highest percentage of single-occupancy-vehicle use in the nation. Generally, the drivers said FAST-TRAC can help relieve some of the problems and definitely can contribute to safer left turns. 72 percent of the surveyed drivers said they are better off for having FAST-TRAC. Over 50 percent said they did not think it was possible to increase rush hour traffic on current roads by 20 percent.


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Fast-Trac's Signal System Clear Winner for County Commuters

Published By: ITS America News

Source Date: May 1997


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Typical Deployment Locations

Metropolitan Areas


traffic signals, adaptive signals, SCATS

Benefit ID: 2000-00111