Transportation Data Services

WHAT

WHAT

Posted by on Apr 17, 2013

We conduct traffic surveys for consultants, governments, and transit agencies. Automated studies include: Volume, Classification (in vehicle or axle length), and Speed. Manual...

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HOW

HOW

HOW

Posted by on Apr 17, 2013

We specialize in radar technology, recording up to SIX lanes of bi-directional traffic. Our Jamar Radar Recorder combines Jamar’s reliability, ease of use, and accuracy, with many...

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WHERE

WHERE

Posted by on Apr 18, 2013

Serving Vancouver and Victoria, as well as South and Central British Columbia. BC’s topography varies from region to region, as does its climate. Despite the challenges the terrain...

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OUR GUARANTEE

OUR GUARANTEE

Posted by on Apr 18, 2013

‘We guarantee to deliver the most accurate data possible, on time’. We understand that this data is used to shape our future communities: it must be accurate! We also understand...

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Recent Posts

New Equipment

I am very excited to introduce our latest sensor; the Houston Radar Crossfire! As you can see, this is a true side-fire device. It records traffic from a height, thus eliminating the concern for occlusion. This system is nothing less than revolutionary, as it provides a cost effective way to accurately survey high volume roadways. Preliminary tests are proving...

Radar installation video

One of the many advantages of using radar to record traffic is its simplicity.  To illustrate how easy it is to install a Jamar radar recorder I have included a demonstration video. Jamar radar installation  

Fall season

It is now the fall season. This is the time that many of us feel like falling down we are so busy. As The Appian Way staff are still standing, we have decided to expand our radar inventory. The Appian Way is now the proud owner of two Houston Radar Armadillos. The Armadillo is the tiny grey sensor strapped to the tree trunk in the centre of the photo. This unit...

Radar Test Results

Hello again everyone,   I’ve recently been conducting some tests of my new Jamar Radar Recorders, which I would like to share with you. The following studies include calibrations with tubes, loops, or manual counts.   The first study compares radar with piezo loops at the MOT Boston Bar count site.   The next example is of a classification...

IMSA Conference

Spring has sprung, and so have the tubes: As you may know, I am on a mission to rid ourselves of broken tubes. To this end I recently attended the IMSA Conference and Trade Show on May 27th and 28th, at the Kelowna Coast Capri.     What an eye opening experience!   This show included a wide variety of traffic recording equipment, including;...

OUR GUARANTEE

OUR GUARANTEE

‘We guarantee to deliver the most accurate data possible, on time’. We understand that this data is used to shape our future communities: it must be accurate! We also understand that many people may be depending on this data: it must be on time! At The Appian Way, you can count on us to deliver! Our research indicates that this commitment to quality leads to...