Traffic Inductive Loop cutting
Inductive loop cutting is the process of cutting the wearing course of a carriageway to a specified depth and installing sensors and equipment which can detect vehicles to allow the monitoring of traffic volumes and flow.
This data is often used by Highway Authorities to provide data for smart signalling systems or to count vehicles for feasibility studies.
Our induction loops are installed by NRSWA accredited teams and all reinstatements are carried out in accordance with the Specification for the Reinstatement of Openings in the Highway Fourth Edition.
Every site is installed to the latest MCH1540 specifications as required the Highways Agency and Department for Transport.