City officials are hopeful the Intelligent Traffic System (ITS), set to go live next week, will relieve the bottleneck of one of Puyallup’s main arteries. The system allows the signals to talk to each other, and adjust traffic based on the number of vehicles it sees.
City officials are hopeful the Intelligent Traffic System (ITS), set to go live next week, will relieve the bottleneck of one of Puyallup’s main arteries. The system allows the signals to talk to each other, and adjust traffic based on the number of vehicles it sees. LEE GILES III Staff photographer
City officials are hopeful the Intelligent Traffic System (ITS), set to go live next week, will relieve the bottleneck of one of Puyallup’s main arteries. The system allows the signals to talk to each other, and adjust traffic based on the number of vehicles it sees. LEE GILES III Staff photographer

Traffic choke points in downtown Puyallup could be relieved by new Insync system

August 04, 2015 02:13 PM

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