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Yunex Traffic gives priority to busses and trams in Wallonia, Belgium

Yunex Traffic will implement a digital prioritization system for public transport in Wallonia, Belgium to reduce travel times, less delays and emissions.

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Piet Heintunnel

Joining forces for more safety and simplified maintenance in the Piet Heintunnel

After years of renovatoin, the Piet Heintunnel in Amsterdam was reopened to traffic. The aim of the project was to renew the facilities to decrease maintenance efforts and increase safety.

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Yunex Traffic Partners with LYT on Urban Mobility Transit and Emergency Solutions

Yunex Traffic, a global leader in intelligent traffic systems, announced today it has signed a partnership with LYT, a leader in intelligent connected traffic technology solutions.

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How to protect your critical traffic infrastructure

Nils Schmidt: How to protect your critical traffic infrastructure Cybersecurity is a globally discussed topic. There is a lot of…

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Hamburg installs first PrioBike bicycle totem from Yunex Traffic

More convenience and safety on the bike: Hamburg installs first PrioBike bicycle totem from Yunex Traffic. Hamburg, 09.12.2022. From now…

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Yunex Traffic automates 54 tunnels in Wallonia, Belgium

Beersel, 6. December 2022. Yunex Traffic has been awarded a contract to automate 54 tunnels with a total length of…

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Meet Carina and become a #TrafficTransformer, too!

The traffic systems we design, build, install and maintain are constantly evolving. Our 1,200+ employees in Customer Services work every…

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Want to become our next #TrafficTransformer? Meet Laurence and find out what it is like!

The traffic systems we develop, create, install and maintain are constantly evolving and our highly skilled technicians are out in…

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Never Say No – Our North American Field Services Team on Commitment and Success

Yunex Traffic Field Services crews worked for several months on the Highway 101 project, which ran 10-miles for five to six lanes north and south from the San Mateo Bridge right into the airport. The project also highlights the fact that though Yunex Traffic is on the team’s name, they can install and service equipment from any manufacturer.

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