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Network control in Scotland

Network control in Scotland

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The Scottish trunk road network comprises a mixture of motorways, estuarial crossings and rural roads, going between and through major cities, each presenting their own particular traffic problems. To address these problems a comprehensive and integrated approach for controlling traffic and providing driver information has been developed in Scotland. This article gives a brief summary of how this came about and an overview of the control system employed to facilitate traffic management over this diverse road network.

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