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Smart Traffic Control System using PLC and SCADA

The scope of this paper is to present the initial steps in the implementation of a smart traffic light control system based on Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) technology. We, in this method, intend to measure the traffic density by counting the number of vehicles in each lane and their weight, then park in automated parking or diverge them accordingly.

It is also difficult for a traffic police to monitor the whole scenario round the clock. So, this system can be implemented on highways and city traffic.

INTRODUCTION:
Traffic signals are the most convenient method of controlling traffic in a busy junction. But, we can see that these signals fail to control the traffic effectively when a particular lane has got more traffic than the other lanes.

This situation makes that particular lane more crowdie than the other lanes. If the traffic signals can allot different lanes to different vehicles based on their weight, like buses, trucks etc. in one lane, cars in one lane and like this the traffic congestion can be solved by diverging the traffic accordingly.

In this method, intend to measure the traffic density by counting the number of vehicles in each lane and their weight, then park in automated parking or diverge them accordingly. It is also difficult for a traffic police to monitor the whole scenario round the clock. So, this system can be implemented on highways and city traffic.
Source: IJIRSET
Author: Mohit Dev Srivastava, Prerna, Shubhendu Sachin, Sumedha Sharma, Utkarsh Tyagi

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