The Adelaide smart city project is a world first trial of new sensor technology designed to result in a faster commute for drivers. The new technology monitors all forms of traffic by tracking the movements of every car, bus, cyclist and even pedestrian that travels through the intersection. The drive is to better organise congestion by coordinating traffic light signals to improve vehicle flow. The trial is taking place at one of the city’s busiest intersections at Grenfell and Pulteney Streets for six days.

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