Enhance the reliability of your transit services with Transit Signal Priority (TSP) and advanced Schedule Management (ASM), ensuring consistent performance and streamlined operations. Empower your data-driven decision-making with advanced TSP analytics.
Your buses are frequently behind schedule as constant delays disrupt schedules for both passengers and drivers alike.
Your transit network efficiency suffers as unnecessary stops and unoptimized routes make commutes excessively long.
For over 60 years, Opticom TSP has stood out as the comprehensive solution to your public transit challenges. Traffic Signal Priority (TSP) is a dynamic system moving buses, streetcars, freight and other transit methods to smoothly navigate through busy city streets, reducing wait times at intersections and ensuring timely arrivals.
Improve urban transit flow by up to 20% by reducing bottlenecks.
Mitigate delays by up to 40% and ensure transit signal adherence.
Limit idle times to help reduce emissions by 19%.
Over four weeks and across 143 intersections, Miovision used Opticom Traffic Signal Priority to revolutionize bus transportation for the CDTA. Check out the case study to learn how we supported CDTA with three key objectives:
Minimize schedule delays and demonstrate TSP efficacy with data.
Combine existing and emerging technology to validate TSP.
Improve operational efficiency across agencies through collaboration.
Transit authorities can leverage data and analytics to gain a comprehensive view of their system’s efficiency, and make informed decisions to refine their operations and improve commuter experience.
Signal delay measures the duration transit vehicles wait at signalized junctions.
Dwell time monitors the time spent at each stop, catering to passengers.
Drive time analyzes the interval between bus stops to streamline routes.
Travel time gauges the complete journey duration for specific routes.
Schedule adherence tracks how well routes stick to their predefined timetable.
The American Public Transportation Association (APTA) held its conference from October 9-11, 2023, with over 30,000 transportation professionals in attendance from around the world. The focus was on advancing mobility systems and incorporating technologies like Miovision Opticom™ TSP into road networks. You can read about our experience at the conference on our blog!