Sunday, November 06, 2005

Traffic-Camera System Flops on Route 7

An obviously good idea that apparently still isn't supported by technology that actually works. The Wash Post story today describes the failure of a $500,000 high-tech traffic detection system along Route 7 in Northern Virginia that was supposed to detect the approach of traffic and change the timing of the lights to smooth the flow. Route 7 is a pretty awful drive but this system didn't work - the sun, says the lead VDOT official in Northern Virginia, created glare that kept the cameras from detecting the cars.


At 6:09 PM, Blogger Ray Hyde said...

Even if they get the sensor problem fixed, timing the lights is no mean feat and will need to be dynamically rebalanced overtime.

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