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Internal traffic signal systems

Update your parking revenue control system to touchless and contactless.

Talk to Parcsafe today to discover your options.

Carpark safety for vehicles and pedestrians

Also known as a ‘vehicle priority’ system, internal traffic signals are ideal for use in residential or commercial buildings where there is a one-way ramp or aisle.

They work to prioritise the flow of traffic in the one way ramp to avoid vehicles meeting head on, offering increased safety for vehicles and drivers. Internal traffic signal systems are custom built to your site-specific design for maximum efficiency. 

Parcsafe vehicle priority systems

When only a single vehicle can utilise a car park ramp at any one time, internal traffic signal systems resolve any potential issues. By using traffic lights and our Rapid Ramp controllers, your carpark can be designed with a one way ramp for traffic going either up or down.

The safety of both vehicle and pedestrian traffic in a car park is paramount. Installing these traffic systems in your carpark helps to reduce the potential for any unnecessary incidents.

Traffic light ramp controllers are available for car parks with single lane access. With our Rapid Ramp control panels, you can control the flow of traffic by setting the traffic light sequence depending on the direction of the vehicle flow in your car park. When there is no vehicle traffic, the default state will keep all traffic lights either green or red, depending on the layout and traffic flow in and out of your building.

Traffic light activation options

Car driving over a loop

While loop activation is most common, cutting concrete can be a structural issue in some buildings.

Sensor in roof

A more cost effective activation can be an ultrasonic sensor in the carpark roof. Since the sensor is mounted straight into the roof above, there is no need to cut concrete to install.

This option:

  • Is less susceptible to weather
  • Is less susceptible to external influences
  • Can pick up vehicles in holding bays and alter traffic lights accordingly
  • Can track cars pulling out of parking bays or passing out of ramp area. The system senses when the vehicle is gone and the ramp is clear, and will return the cycle back to default (green the other way).

LED lights

With a very long service life, LED lights are highly visible to both drivers and pedestrians. Choosing to install them with directional shrouds to direct the light towards relevant traffic eliminates the risk of mixed messaging. They can also be used to stop vehicles, to allow safe pedestrian access.

Fully programmable systems

Parcsafe traffic signal systems are built with programmable logic controllers (PLC), making them very flexible. They can be customised for your site specifics such as multiple entry or converging points, or multiple types of sensors.

This also provides you with flexibility to change the design scope of a project. For example, they can be changed at any time in the future should traffic conditions or site requirements change.

Reduced vehicle wait times

Vehicle priority systems can be programmed for morning out/evening in flows, with a peak hour reverse option. You can set the lights to green on exit in the mornings, and green on entry in the afternoon to smooth traffic flow.

Get more information about internal traffic signal systems

To find out more about the right vehicle priority system for your carpark, call the Parcsafe team today on 1300 987 645 or contact us online.