TEKIA and Road traffic management

TEKIA is a frequent collaborator of government agencies in charge of road traffic management, helping define strategies and designing national ITS systems architectures and plans for traffic management technology deployment. We also design plans to implement enforcement measures and tolls in national road networks as we shift towards Smart Mobility, which is transforming mobility around the world.

Our contribution in this field materializes in the design of conceptual, technical and operating projects, as well as quality control assistance and contract management to help implement them in national, regional and high-capacity urban roads.

Some Relevant projects

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2014-ONGOING. STUDIES AND TECHNICAL REPORTS ON TRAFFIC FLOW AND INFO MANAG. MADRID TRAF. CENTER (SP)
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2016-ONGOING. STUDIES AND TECHNICAL REPORTS ON TRAFFIC FLOW AND INFO MANAG. NORTH TRAF. CENTER (SP)
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2016-ONGOING. STUDIES AND TECH. REPORTS ON TRAFFIC FLOW AND INFO MANAG. SOUTHEAST TRAF. CENTER (SP)
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2016-ONGOING. FRAMEWORK DEVELOPMENT FOR TRAFFIC AND ROAD SAFETY COORDINATION CENTER (BY) - WB PROJ.
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2015. ANALYSIS FOR THE DEPLOYMENT OF A SMART CITY. FUNCTIONAL AND TECHNOLOGICAL MODEL (CL)
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2015. DIAGNOSIS OF THE TRAFFIC CONTROL SYSTEM IN CHILE (CL)
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2013. NATIONAL ITS ARCHITECTURE AND ACTION PLAN FOR THE IMPLEMENTATION OF ITS IN MEXICAN ROADS (MX)
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2005-2012. TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE FOR DGT´S NATIONAL RADAR DEPLOYMENT PLAN (SP)

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Visión ZERO or sustainable roads


At TEKIA, our goal is to achieve the Triple Zero Objective proposed by the Spanish State Traffic Office (DGT)—zero emissions, zero congestion, zero casualties. Worldwide, we strive for the sustainability objectives promoted by each national administration, offering solutions based on traffic engineering and in-depth knowledge of new technologies:

Studies, audits and reports on the state of traffic and road assessment (iRAP, measures to improve signaling and transit).
Use of advanced traffic management tools and designs (simulations, open data, big data, IoT…).
Project design for traffic management facilities and systems.
Technical assistance in project management and quality control for traffic management facilities and systems.
Design of national strategies for advanced mobility management in collaboration with international organizations (World Bank, InterAmerican Development Bank).