Hayden AI has launched an automated bike lane enforcement solution to enhance safety for cyclists using vehicle-mounted technology.

This solution uses the same hardware and AI technology as the company’s automated bus lane and bus stop enforcement platform.

By extending its use, the company aims to reduce dangerous and illegal parking in cycle lanes to promote safety and accessibility.

Cars parked in bike lanes in the Boston area
Cars parked in bike lanes in the Boston area

Illegally parked cars and trucks in bike lanes often pose a serious safety hazard for cyclists by forcing them into general, active traffic lanes.

To prevent this, Hayden AI’s automated bike lane enforcement platform equips enforcement vehicles with forward-facing, AI-powered cameras that can automatically detect these violations at scale and issue penalties.

Chris Carson, founder and CEO of Hayden AI said:

Cities and bike advocates across the country have asked us for a solution to stop dangerous illegal parking in bike lanes. I’m happy to announce that we are answering them with this new application of our vision AI platform. The incredibly high accuracy rate of our mobile perception technology will enable cities and towns to deliver the same positive driver behavior change to bike lanes as we’ve seen in bus lanes.

In 2021, 961 cyclists were fatally struck by vehicles in the United States. In response to this serious problem, the state of California recently passed legislation (AB 361) that allows towns and cities to install cameras on parking enforcement vehicles to enforce bike lane violations.

Hayden AI’s platform is fully compliant with this legislation.


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