Case Study: Permit Central in Dufferin County Public Works
Due to the reduction in time spent on processing applications, and improved internal and external communications, Permit Central from Transnomis is a highly recommended solution for road authorities with inefficient processes for handling road right-of-way permits.
Case Study: Permit Central in Stormont, Dundas, and Glengarry
Discover how one municipality slashed permit processing times from 25 minutes to under 5 minutes. Download our exclusive case study to explore the revolutionary Permit Central platform and see how your organization can benefit from time and cost savings today!
Brochure: Permit Central
Digital road permit platform that streamlines the process and significantly reduces the time and cost for both road authorities and applicants.
Easy-to-imbed publicly-accessible mapping system that centralizes the planning and communication of traffic disruptions.
Brochure: ITS Central
An unmatched level of real-time situational awareness for traffic control centers, especially during major traffic events and disruptions.
Transnomis and ITS Canada 2023: Showcasing Technological Innovations and Collaborations
Transnomis was at the forefront of intelligent transportation systems (ITS) future, driving change across Canada through various ITS confer...
Driving the Future of Traffic Solutions: Transnomis Highlights at the 2023 Hawaii ITE Seminar
Discover how Transnomis is driving innovative traffic solutions through its Municipal511 platform, Permit Central, and ITS Central software...
Transnomis Receives the Prestigious ITS Canada Intelligent Mobility Award
Transnomis received the Mobility Award for Smart Mobility – Connected Infrastructure for the first autonomous warning system of its kind in...
Integrating Road Information, Permits, and Intelligent Transportation
Learn how the Regional Municipality of Durham integrated road information, permits, and more over the last decade.
Bridging the Broadband Divide
This webinar explores the associated infrastructure development and local permitting challenges.