Traffic Survey for Tatu City - Kenya
ARUP were seeking a quick but accurate solution to their requirements. Every country presents a separate challenge and on this particular activity Clearview Traffic was faced with not having adequate fixed roadside features to secure the survey equipment to. Clearview Traffic’s survey engineers using their valuable knowledge and experience were able to protect the equipment from both vandalism and theft and not a single counter was lost.
Clearview Traffic responded to the requirements by completing initial site surveys to assess the sites for survey feasibility, and based on each site survey a report was produced. Within a week the report was reviewed and approved with the consulting engineers and survey works commenced. Highly skilled survey engineers were deployed using the M420 Pneumatic Automatic Tube Counters to carry out the survey work. The engineers quickly observed and completed all procedures with the roads authorities, traffic police and municipal councils allowing them to safely work on the roads and with minimum disruption.