22 november 2016
The cost-effectiveness of traffic management is an important topic, which draws more and more attention on all levels: from policy to operations. There is a growing need to know the effects of measures or programmes in advance or after implementation. Not only to be transparent and to account for investments done, but also to learn from real-life experience and to come to a better implementation or tuning of measures in the operational environment and for the benefit of a more effective policy and useful future investments. In this way the plan-do-check-act cycle is closed.