Testing of Future Traffic Management Systems Commences at Major Traffic Nodes

News Releases
26 Mar 2018

    The Land Transport Authority (LTA) will be testing the efficacy of Automatic Number Plate Recognition (ANPR) camera systems and Dedicated Short Range Communications (DSRC) beacons at various locations along expressways and major thoroughfares from today until 2019. The use of ANPR technology will facilitate enforcement, while DSRC beacons will also be installed in some areas to enhance positioning accuracy in Singapore’s highly urbanised environment. These tests will enable LTA to determine the performance and reliability of such technologies under various real-life environmental and traffic conditions for future traffic management systems which will leverage Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) technology.

2.  These technologies do not require heavy physical infrastructure and will be mounted on existing roadside infrastructure such as overhead bridges, overhead gantry signages, lamp posts, as well as EMAS gantries. Please refer to Annex A for the details of these locations and an example of the equipment that will be mounted on existing roadside infrastructure.

3.  Testing equipment will also be mounted onto vehicles, which will be deployed at localised areas such as Tuas South from April 2018, before expanding island-wide for testing. Please refer to Annex B for an example of the equipment that will be mounted onto vehicles.

Annex A: Locations of equipment installation for testing
Annex B: Example of equipment that will be mounted onto vehicle for testing