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Challenge / Goal

In order to save valuable time, fire brigade and ambulance service vehicles should be given preferential treatment to traffic lights. 

Solutions

The aim is to switch the signal system for the direction of travel from the emergency vehicles, with a certain lead to "green", so that possibly pent-up vehicles can drain and an alley for rescue vehicles can be formed. The communication between emergency vehicles and signal systems takes place via the "car2X-communication" (c2x) standard. In contrast to the currently used technique e.g. In public transport prioritization, information is exchanged between the LSA and the vehicle every second. As a result, the release times can be adapted more flexibly and the adverse effects on other individual traffic are reduced.

Citizen Participation

the citizens were informed via press conference at one of the site locations. Additionally, television, radio, newspapers, municipal events, and the city website were used as channels to inform the citizens. For e.g. At conferences like 'Zukunfts conference' the citizens were informed

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Time Period

Planing Time: 1 - 2 years

Implementation Time: 0.5 - 1 years

SWARCO Traffic Systems GmbH, Abteilung der Stadt Ludwigsburg, Tiefbau und Grünflächen.

Service Providers

Fachbereich Bauingenieurwesen und Grünflächen

End User

Einsatzfahrzeuge und öffentliche Busse

Companies

    Main Benefits

  • Improving Health Care,

  • Increasing Safety,

  • Reducing use of fossils,

  • Improving traffic management,