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Making bus priority matter

Much of RTIG's work is in the engine room of systems, trying to get things working efficiently. We have just taken another fairly significant step forward, through the joint RTIG-UTMC working group on bus priority at traffic signals. By adopting the revised specification, you will now be able to get detailed information about the results of priority requests, which should lead to much smarter use of priority facilities.

To find out about this and much more besides, take a look at the Newsletter - and if you can manage it, attend one of the many relevant events that June 016 has to offer.




What is RTIG?

RTIG was established in 2000 to provide a focus for all those involved in UK bus RTI. We now have a comprehensive remit to cover the effective and efficient use of technology in the interests of passenger transport users, operators and sponsors.

RTIG has a wide membership, drawn from UK local authorities, bus and rail operators and system suppliers, and enjoy excellent working relationships with Government and other key industry groups.


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