Tees Valley is committed to delivering a transport network designed for the future, so that everyone can participate in and benefit from the plans for growth.
The Tees Valley 2020-30 Strategic Transport Plan sets out ambitions for the transport network to be more integrated in how it is organised, managed and operated so that it is easier for everyone to plan their journeys and use the network for whatever they need, whenever they need.
Developing a Tees Valley UTMC system will make it possible for different applications used by modern traffic management systems to communicate and share information. This allows data from multiple sources such as Variable Message Signs (VMS), car parks, traffic signals, and meteorological data, to be combined into a central console or database. Currently the various systems in Tees Valley do not ‘speak’ to each other in the event of a major incident.
A Tees Valley UTMC system aims to deliver:
Tees Valley is investing in the capability of the UTMC system to provide the latest transport information across the Tees Valley for all modes of transport. This will give transport authorities the information to manage and maintain the network and give residents, workers and visitors in Tees Valley up-to-date information on their travel choices.
Click here to review the Urban Traffic Management and Control (UTMC) System Executive Summary.
Developing the Tees Valley UTMC system is part of the Tees Valley Digital Transport Delivery Plan. Click here to read more.
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