HENDERSON (KTNV) — Traffic could soon be a lot smoother on Eastern Avenue.
RTC announcing on Twitter a new adaptive signal control technology.
They say it will react to changing traffic in real-time rather than relying on a timer like other lights in the valley.
This is part of a pilot program to see if the new technology reduces congestion, emissions and improves safety.
The program is set to end in March.
Noticed anything different with the traffic signals on Eastern? We partnered with @cityofhenderson @ClarkCountyNV to pilot Adaptive Signal Control Technology that reacts to changing traffic in RT. Find out more about what this means for your commute at https://t.co/Y0C8GScHrP pic.twitter.com/K06tVtJTXn— RTC Southern Nevada (@RTCSNV) January 2, 2021