Poland: Hayden AI’s Bus Lane Enforcement Cameras Trialled in Gdańsk

The city of Gdańsk in Poland has become the first location outside of the US to pilot Hayden AI’s automated bus lane and bus stop enforcement platform.

This trial involves the use of an AI-powered camera installed on a public bus operated by Gdańskie Autobusy i Tramwaje. Over the next 8 weeks, the camera will record vehicles that illegally drive or park in bus lanes or bus bays along routes 112 and 186.

Equipment for recording drivers' behavior on Gdańsk roads will be used on line 186
Equipment for recording drivers’ behavior on Gdańsk roads will be used on line 186

By recording driver behaviours, this pilot will provide data on how and where bus lanes are being blocked.

The trial has been launched in response to complaints from bus drivers, passengers and compliant drivers about unauthorised vehicles using the city’s bus lanes. This impacts Gdańskie Autobusy i Tramwaje’s ability to deliver reliable, on-time services, especially during peak hours.

In addition, it is also common in Gdańsk for cars to pull over in bus bays, which prevents the buses from getting close to the stop to allow passengers to safely board and disembark.

In response to these issues, Haden AI’s technology is already deployed in cities across the US to improve safety and reliability for transit riders. For example, in Washington, the cameras are being used to issue fines to non-compliant drivers.

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