Pittsburgh's AI Traffic Signals Will Make Driving Less Boring

Idling in rush-hour traffic can be mind numbing. It also carries other costs. Traffic congestion costs the U.S. economy $121 billion a year, mostly due to lost productivity, and produces about 25 billion kilograms of carbon dioxide emissions, Carnegie Mellon University professor of robotics

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Surtrac Adaptive Traffic Signal Control in Quincy, MA Improving Commutes

CBS Boston recently ran a news segment highlighting Quincy, MA’s efforts to improve the commutes of drivers through the large Boston suburb with the use of adaptive traffic signals. The traffic control system discussed throughout the feature is Surtrac which was installed at 20 intersections in the city, including two pedestrian-only or “hawk” intersections.

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Surtrac's Deployment in Portland Discussed in Western Digital Article on Pedestrian Safety

Data Makes Possible, a blog from Western Digital, recently discussed Rapid Flow and Surtrac in an article highlighting technological advancements that are keeping pedestrians in urban environments safe. In particular, the article references Surtrac’s impact on traffic flow after deployment in Portland, Maine, and resulting decrease in pedestrian accidents.

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PBS NewsHour Segment Features Surtrac Smart Traffic Signal Control

PBS NewsHour featured Rapid Flow and Surtrac in a segment on the ways robotics and artificial intelligence are being used to reduce traffic and congestion on the roads of Pittsburgh. Reporter Jeffrey Brown visited the city to speak to those creating the technology, as well as some city employees.

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Rapid Flow Technologies CEO Griffin Schultz Talks Smart Traffic Control & Entrepreneurship with Chestnut Street Ventures

Chestnut Street Ventures recently sat down with Rapid Flow Technologies CEO, Griffin Schultz, to discuss his unique career path and how he became involved in the AI and smart cities markets. While Rapid Flow Technologies developed Surtrac, an intelligent traffic signal control system that optimizes and reduces traffic in real time, Griffin originally got his start in government – which is helpful since Rapid Flow is often selling to and serving government customers.

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Portland Drivers Experiencing a 20% Improvement in Traffic Conditions with Surtrac Intelligent Traffic Signal Control System

The Press Herald of Portland, Maine recently ran an article discussing efforts to ease traffic on Forest Avenue, one of the busiest roadways in the entire state of Maine. These efforts center around the Surtrac intelligent traffic signal control system, and local residents and businesses are already taking notice after its installation.

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AI Traffic Signal Control System Reduces Travel Time by 25% in Pittsburgh

Traffic is a major concern for commuters in most major cities, including Pittsburgh where drivers sit in their vehicles for 81 unnecessary hours each year. A hilly, gridless area with more bridges than any other US city, Pittsburgh can be a pain to navigate.

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Wall Street Journal Features Rapid Flow in Article on AI Traffic Control

The Wall Street Journal recently ran an article exploring the ways that artificial intelligence can be used to reduce traffic in busy cities and neighborhoods. The article dives into issues of congestion, but also how these new technologies aim to reduce auto emissions and prioritize emergency vehicles and public transit.

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Rapid Flow Technologies Featured on Going Deep Podcast

Rapid Flow Technologies was recently featured on the podcast Going Deep with Aaron Watson! CEO Griffin Schultz sat down with Aaron to discuss Surtrac technology, its role in reducing traffic congestion, the future of smart cities, and more.

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Griffin Schultz Joins Rapid Flow Technologies as CEO


For Immediate Release
Press Contact: Griffin Schultz

March 26, 2018
412-301-5508
info@rapidflowtech.com

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Surtrac Wins 2017 Le Monde International Smart City Innovation Award for Mobility

Le Monde, a French newspaper, interviewed Rapid Flow founder Stephen Smith after Surtrac won the 2017 Le Monde International Smart City Innovation Award for Mobility.

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