Eberle Design, Inc. and The Traffic Group Sign Strategic Alliance MOU to Provide Real-Time Traffic Data Collection Services for Signalized Intersections and Arterials – Service Aimed to Provide Required Traffic Counts to State DOTs

SAN JOSE, CA (6/14/2016) — Eberle Design, Inc. (EDI), the global leader in engineering and manufacturing of traffic control cabinet peripherals and intersection safety monitoring electronics, and The Traffic Group, Inc. (TTG) – one of the nation’s leading traffic engineering and transportation planning firms – signed an MOU creating a strategic alliance to provide a suite of EDI privately-labeled custom products to TTG’s customers in the traffic data collection and planning market sector. The MOU was announced by both firms upon on the opening of the 26th Annual Meeting of ITS America.

“We are pleased to have an opportunity to work with TTG to pursue traffic data collection and traffic planning projects that we would not normally see in our normal intersection-based traffic control market. EDI will customize our iCITE ®, (Intelligent Cabinet Interface to Traffic Equipment), traffic data collection and reporting products, to meet the specific market requirements of TTG,” said Bill Russell, President and CEO of Eberle Design, Inc.

“The Traffic Group is very excited to have access to EDI’s leading-edge data collection devices, and we look forward to working cooperatively with EDI’s established network of local traffic control equipment dealers, to provide the very best real-time traffic data collection services to TTG customers,” said Wes Guckert, PTP, and President of The Traffic Group. “TTG will utilize EDI products to aggregate real-time traffic data, using a variety of traffic sensor technologies, incorporating the data into a turn-key TTG traffic data collection solution that we may provide or may be gathered by the DOT agencies,” said Wes Guckert.

“The need for accurate, real-time traffic data from intersections and arterials has never been greater, as required by many provisions of the five-year U.S. legislation, the Fixing America’s Surface Transportation Act (FAST), to improve the Nation’s surface transportation infrastructure, roads, bridges, transit systems and rail transportation network,” said Bill Russell.

About Eberle Design, Inc.
An ISO 9001:2008 Registered Company-Celebrating over 36 Years of Excellence
Eberle Design, Inc., headquartered in Phoenix, Arizona, is a leading manufacturer of electronic monitoring and detection products for the traffic, parking/access and rail industries. The company’s broad array of products-including conflict monitors, inductive loop detectors, flashers, load switches and other mission critical components, allow transportation and access control professionals to efficiently integrate, automate and manage intersections, roads and access points. The company designs, manufactures and sells under the EDI and Reno A&E brand names and is recognized as a leading provider of rugged, high-performance, specialty components. With two billion error-free detection and intersection monitoring transactions performed every 24 hours, the more than three million active EDI devices deployed globally are essential to motorist and pedestrian safety. For more information about Eberle Design, visit the company’s website at www.editraffic.com or follow them on Twitter @EDItraffic.com.

About The Traffic Group
Through the use of sophisticated technology and in-house experience of more than 70 industry professionals, TTG offers services that help determine road improvements, signal and sign location, lighting plans, land usage, public facility and capacity issues, and security measures. With over 3,000 pieces of traffic data collection equipment, The Traffic Group has the largest inventory of such equipment in the United States and conducts more than 100,000 traffic counts for clients annually. Established in 1985, The Traffic Group is a veteran-owned traffic engineering and transportation planning specialty firm headquartered in Baltimore County, Maryland. For more information about The Traffic Group, visit the company’s website at www.trafficgroup.com or follow them on Twitter @TheTrafficGroup.

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