Working with a local highway authority.
The Highway authority were keen to establish travel patterns in a popular commuter town through a number of Manual Classified Counts (MCCs) in and around the town, with a specific budget in mind.
By liaising with our long-standing partner, ATR were able to come up with a series of suggested junctions, surveyed on the same day, and planned to coincide with another large scale survey in the vicinity, thereby achieving economies of scale in both contracts, and we were therefore able to reflect these savings in the quote provided.
Our in-house developed video equipment is always evolving, but reliability is paramount, as it enables us to offer costs to our clients that are not labour intensive. With an equipment failure rate of less than 2% and falling we are secure in the knowledge that we can collect the data we promise, and will always do our utmost to rectify any rare failures in co-operation with our clients.
ATR consistently strives improve our already efficient operation, and due to forward planning and organisation ATR were able, upon request, to add several sites to the survey, and adjust the survey specification with little lead time before the survey window.
ATR delivered all data within the window agreed, despite this being a very busy period in the survey calendar.
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