McCain Intersection Works When All Others Fail During Category 3 Winter Storm
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.
McCain Inc. and Phoenix Pacific Inc. Selected to Transform Maui’s Traffic Management Systems
The Hawaii Department of Transportation (HDOT) – Maui District to deploy McCain advanced traffic management systems, allowing traffic managers to view, study, and modify traffic patterns and signal timing to reduce congestion. Longtime McCain partner, Phoenix Pacific, won the contract and will install the equipment over the next 90 days.
The USDOT's ITS Benefits, Costs, Lessons Learned Update is here and not surprisingly Connected Vehicles tops the list of new topics covered. Join us as we see how these CV technologies are tackling some of the biggest challenges facing the industry today.
When McCain was founded just over 30 years ago, Intelligent Transportation was barely an idea.
But that was 1988 and the intervening
decades have brought almost unimaginable
change and opportunity. McCain has become an established
leader in traffic management and company leaders
have embraced the future of transportation
and the coming infrastructure tsunami
needed to support connected and
autonomous vehicle deployment.