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m. the full red/yellow/green signal cycle might be 140 seconds By 9:33 am a burst of additional traffic might push it to 145 seconds Less traffic at 9:37 am could push it down to 135 Just like the traffic itself the timing of the signals fluctuates That’s by design Bellevue a fast-growing city of more than 130000 just east of Seattle utilizes a system that is gaining popularity around the US: intersection signals that can adjust in real-time to traffic conditions City officials say that these lights known as adaptive signals have led to significant declines in both the hassle and cost of commuting "Adaptive signals make sure that inefficiencies never happen” says Alex Stevanovic director of the Laboratory for Adaptive Traffic Operations & Management at Florida Atlantic University "They can make sure that the traffic demand that is there is being addressed" As city leaders increasingly turn to data for insight into running their metros more efficiently adaptive signals have emerged as a 21st century strategy to chip away at a longstanding scourge According to the US Census Bureau almost 11 million Americans commute more than an hour each way to their job while 600000 US residents have one-way “megacommutes” of at least 90 minutes or 50 miles And all that time on the roads costs money The Centre for Economics and Business Research estimates that US commuters lost $124 billion in 2013 due to the cost of fuel the value of time wasted in traffic and the increased cost of doing business CEBR predicts those costs will rise 50% by 2030 Only 3% of the nations traffic signals are currently adaptive but the number of smart signals in the US has jumped from 4500 in 2009 to 6500 in 2014 according to Stevanovic who tracks the signals installation around the US The largest concentration of adaptive signals is in Los Angeles a city that has long struggled with congestion Nearby Orange County Calif has the second largest followed by Utah where about 80% of the states traffic signals are adaptive But the frontier of adaptive traffic management may be in Bellevue according to transportation policy experts The city’s overhaul began in 2010 when it began implementing a system called SCATS (Sydney Coordinative Adaptive Traffic System which was first developed and used in Sydney Australia) Currently 174 of Bellevue’s intersections have been outfitted with the new technology with plans for all 197 intersections to use adaptive signals by the end of the year The system uses a series of wires embedded in city streets that tell the signals how much traffic is moving through the intersection When traffic is heavier the green lights stay on longer Less traffic means shorter greens During peak traffic periods nearby intersections sync their lights to allow long stretches of green When there are fewer cars on the road those intersections revert to their own cycles Mark Poch the Bellevue Transportation Departments traffic engineering manager says uncoupled intersections work more efficiently when there are fewer cars on the road because they can better respond to specific situations at that cross street Along Factoria one of Bellevue’s main downtown arteries travel times have decreased by 36% during peak rush hour since adaptive lights were installed according to city transportation officials Along NE 8th Street another heavily trafficked street travel times are down 43% from 2 pm to 6 pm Those decreased delays appear to add up to real savings for drivers: Bellevue officials say the $55 million system saves drivers $9 million to $12 million annually (they estimate that a drivers time is worth $15 an hour) For all of Bellevue’s success adaptive signals are not a panacea for clogged roadways Kevin Balke a research engineer at the Texas A&M University Transportation Institute says that while smart lights can be particularly beneficial for some cities others are so congested that only a drastic reduction in the number of cars on the road will make a meaningful difference "Its not going to fix everything but adaptive has some benefits for a smaller city with a particular corridor on the verge of breaking down" he says In Bellevue the switch to adaptive has been a lesson in the value of embracing new approaches In the past Poch says there was often a knee-jerk reaction to dealing with increased traffic: just widen the lanes Now he hopes that other cities will consider making their streets run smarter instead of just making them bigger "Its been a slow change" Poch says "Its easy to think the way to get out of it is to widen the road However as we move toward being better stewards of our resources and more sensitive to environmental issues lets take what we have and operate it better I think thats a more prevailing thought now and I think it makes sense" See the 10 Healthiest Cities to Live in America Honolulu Hawaii Best Place for Lifelong Health The heavenly climate helps but the key to well-being here also includes enviable health care and a 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