The City and County of San Francisco elects to upgrade to McCain ATC cabinets, underscoring the benefits of ATC technology for all user platforms - NEMA and Caltrans. The major contract makes San Francisco the largest user of NEMA cabinets to adopt the ATC cabinet technology to date. "We’re confident that the field-proven ATC technology will position us to be a smarter, more mobile city," said Eddie Tsui, traffic signal shop manager for San Francisco.
Seventy-six McCain Variable Speed Limit Signs, powered by SWARCO, to display safe speeds by adjusting posted speed limits based on real-time traffic, roadway, and/or weather conditions. Part of the Pennsylvania DOT Transform 76 smart corridor initiatives, the VSLS will help decrease congestion and reduce crashes along 50 miles of the heavily-traveled Schuylkill Expressway between King of Prussia and Philidelphia.
McCain expands ITS Solutions group by hiring Fedrico Hormozi, a former Senior Manager at Caltrans, furthering McCain's position as a leader in future of transportation.
McCain continues to drive the industry forward with investments in the future of transportation. The hire of former USDOT ITS JPO leader, Mike Schagrin, to direct the company's leader in CAV program, underscores the company's commitment to the next generation of transportation, including connected and autonomous vehicles.
In early 2017, the Massachusetts Department of Transportation (MassDOT) approved a solo intersection pilot to test McCain’s Low-Voltage ATC (Advanced Traffic Controller) Cabinet. Initially designed to test the low-voltage cabinet’s safety features for installers, the pilot yielded a major additional benefit when a late-season Category 3 winter storm named Stella, caused massive power outages throughout the region.