Hawaii Department of Transportation
As part of the Hawaii Department of Transportation (HDOT) Nimitz Highway and Ala Moana Boulevard highway resurfacing project, Econolite Systems, Inc. (ESI) was selected to oversee the installation of approximately 120 in-ground vehicle detection pucks. In addition, ESI configured the newly installed pucks with Econolite’s Centracs Mobility centralized Advanced Traffic Management System (ATMS) already implemented and operational in Honolulu. This project was part of an ongoing University of Hawaii Engineering Department Traffic Management Research program, a collaboration between Econolite, HDOT, and the University, that started in 2020. ESI also provided a re-inventory of the corridor detection operations and confirmed traffic controller configurations, as well as confirmed detection data integration with ITS operations, including adaptive signal control.