TRANSYT 16 Now Available

TRL Software are pleased to announce that TRANSYT 16 is now available for download. TRANSYT 16 offers a significant improvement on v15, for more information read on…

Centrica joins SMLL Shared Research Programme

The Smart Mobility Living Lab (SMLL), a London-based connected test environment for future transport, has extended its Shared Research Programme (SRP), with international energy and services company, Centrica, becoming its fifth member. Centrica is joining the programme as part of its efforts to help accelerate the roll out of electric vehicles.


TRANSYT 15.5.2 Now Available

TRL Software are pleased to announce that a TRANSYT 15.5.2 maintenance release is now available to download. This release includes a few enhancements and fixes, including key changes that are specifically relevant to South America.

MOVA Tools 3.1 Now Available

A new version of MOVA Tools is available for download from the Downloads section on the TRL Software website. The program has undergone significant developments and improvements mainly to cater for the changes in the latest version of MOVA, itself having been significantly developed and is now version M8. MOVA Tools is to be used…

MOVA M8 now available

MOVA M8 has been issued to the licenced signal controller manufacturers (MOTUS, dynniq, Siemens and telent) is now available from MOTUS. Other manufacturers are working on implementing the new version. MOVA M8 is a significant development, with the addition of special conditioning included within it being of major significance. Also included is a Web User…


TRANSYT 15.5 Now Available

We are pleased to announce the release of TRANSYT 15.5, the latest minor release of the popular software for modelling and optimising traffic signals. In addition to providing robust traffic signal optimisation, TRANSYT can also provide comprehensive modelling of traffic networks including those of mixed control. TRANSYT can also assist with design work, with newer features…

GATEway Project Update

Led by TRL, GATEway (Greenwich Automated Transport Environment) is an £8m research project to understand and overcome technical, legal and societal challenges of implementing automated vehicles in the urban environment. With interest in the project continuing to grow, further details of key developments over the past six months can be found here.