The CTRMA collaborates with the local community when it comes to providing the labor and protecting the road furniture from vandalism. Since the roads benefit the local population, incorporating the local community in the project is always a good idea. With the advent of the GPS technologies, the motorists can get the real-time directions to their destinations. In addition, it is possible to get a warning if you switch to the wrong lanes or use the inappropriate exit.
Highlighting the Road Markings
While people are seeking the latest technology to help unveil the future cars, the highways are still stuck in the old ages. One of the basic strategies when it comes to creating the smart roads is to rethink how the engineers design the road markings. The white and yellow paints are visible during the day, but invisible at night. By highlighting the road markings with a luminous material, it is possible to see the lanes clearly. The CTRMA hopes to ensure that the urban roads and Interstates are both smart and intuitive. Many motorists also miss the traffic signs since they cannot see them clearly. In the end, they end up over speeding or missing the key hints while on the road.
Installing sensors on the road
Roads provide easy access from one point to another, but according to the CTRMA, they can do a lot more. With the modern technology, roads can store the storm-water for use in the future, charge the vehicles, or even detect the level of environmental pollution. The future roads can be more intuitive than their inanimate predecessors if the contractors take advantage of the modern technology. The modern roads are fitted with sensors that capture the data and nab the drivers who overspeed at any time of the day or night.
The motorists can get the Real-time data
In addition, the road users can be connected to each other to enable the drivers to communicate. The ability to avoid some routes, especially in the case of an accident can also help to eliminate the traffic jams. With such roads, the users will enjoy the safe, quick and effective trips. When you consider the benefits in terms of time savings and the reduced environmental emissions, you get the picture.
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