Bengaluru: City to have 50 adaptive traffic signals that can dynamically adjust signal timings based on traffic volume

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10-01-2024

    50 adaptive traffic signals to become a reality within three months

    BTP will oversee this project, with an estimated cost of Rs 7,90,09,740

    KRDCL has issued a tender for installing these adaptive traffic signals

Bengaluru commuters are poised to experience an increase in the number of adaptive signals, with the prospect of 50 additional signals becoming a reality within the next three months.

The Karnataka Road Development Corporation Limited (KRDCL) has issued a tender for the supply, installation, commissioning, and maintenance of automated traffic signals at 51 new junctions across Bengaluru city, as part of the Bengaluru City Road Safety and Traffic Management Project. The Bengaluru Traffic Police (BTP) will oversee this project, with an estimated cost of Rs 7,90,09,740.

Among the planned adaptive signals, 13 are allocated for the Traffic East division, 14 for the West Traffic Division, 11 for the North Traffic Division, and 13 for the South Traffic Division out of the 50 locations.

In addition to their automated functionality, adaptive signals can dynamically adjust signal timings based on traffic volume. These signals can be managed centrally, either individually or as part of a cluster of junctions within a corridor or region. This system offers the flexibility to configure a junction as part of any corridor or group and can be easily modified through the central command controller.

The tender outlines proposed signal installations at various junctions, including New Light Junction, New Horizon College back side, A Krishnappa Junction, Channasandra Junction, Seegehalli Junction, Kodathi Junction, Siddappa Reddy Junction, War Memorial Junction, Chandrika Junction, Kalyan Nagar Junction, Hennur Junction, Nice Road Junction, and more.

Notably, in 2022, the Bengaluru Traffic Police had initially proposed the deployment of adaptive signals at 50 locations.

Bengaluru: City to have 50 adaptive traffic signals that can dynamically adjust signal timings based on traffic volume

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    50 adaptive traffic signals to become a reality within three months

    BTP will oversee this project, with an estimated cost of Rs 7,90,09,740

    KRDCL has issued a tender for installing these adaptive traffic signals

Bengaluru commuters are poised to experience an increase in the number of adaptive signals, with the prospect of 50 additional signals becoming a reality within the next three months.

The Karnataka Road Development Corporation Limited (KRDCL) has issued a tender for the supply, installation, commissioning, and maintenance of automated traffic signals at 51 new junctions across Bengaluru city, as part of the Bengaluru City Road Safety and Traffic Management Project. The Bengaluru Traffic Police (BTP) will oversee this project, with an estimated cost of Rs 7,90,09,740.

Among the planned adaptive signals, 13 are allocated for the Traffic East division, 14 for the West Traffic Division, 11 for the North Traffic Division, and 13 for the South Traffic Division out of the 50 locations.

In addition to their automated functionality, adaptive signals can dynamically adjust signal timings based on traffic volume. These signals can be managed centrally, either individually or as part of a cluster of junctions within a corridor or region. This system offers the flexibility to configure a junction as part of any corridor or group and can be easily modified through the central command controller.

The tender outlines proposed signal installations at various junctions, including New Light Junction, New Horizon College back side, A Krishnappa Junction, Channasandra Junction, Seegehalli Junction, Kodathi Junction, Siddappa Reddy Junction, War Memorial Junction, Chandrika Junction, Kalyan Nagar Junction, Hennur Junction, Nice Road Junction, and more.

Notably, in 2022, the Bengaluru Traffic Police had initially proposed the deployment of adaptive signals at 50 locations.

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