ITMS for Mumbai

This article was published on : April 16, 2019

Mumbai city will soon have a state-of-the-art traffic management system in place at 617 junctions across the city. With the Intelligent Traffic Management System (ITMS) in place, Mumbai roads will see more than 4,000 new signals as well as dynamic signage, adaptive software and specialised cameras to decongest traffic & monitor violations.

The ITMS will include 4,705 new traffic signals, 300 red light violation detection (RLVD) cameras, 925 automatic number plate recognition cameras, 300 cameras to identify vehicles moving the wrong way, and 300 cameras for corner parking. The software of the ITMS will be fed traffic data, which will be used to decide and modify timings at signals. Using 1,000 new mid-block traffic monitoring cameras and an adaptive traffic control system, the ITMS will help monitor vehicles that violate traffic regulations and decongest traffic jams.

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