Connected California – A Thinking Aloud Documentary Special

Connected California – A Thinking Aloud Documentary Special

🕔16:03, 28.Jan 2015

Paul Hutton takes an intriguing look at why California is home to so much of not just the US’s most innovative ITS thinking, but the world’s. What is it about the Golden State that it makes it such a hotbed of ITS?

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Connected California – A Thinking Aloud Documentary Special

Connected California – A Thinking Aloud Documentary Special

🕔15:56, 28.Jan 2015

Paul Hutton takes an intriguing look at why California is home to so much of not just the US’s most innovative ITS thinking, but the world’s. What is it about the Golden State that it makes it such a hotbed of ITS?

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Europe’s longest enforcement scheme shows an encouraging start

Europe’s longest enforcement scheme shows an encouraging start

🕔09:20, 27.Jan 2015

A 220km long SPECS (Speed Enforcement Camera System) average speed enforcement scheme on the A9, Scotland, is already delivering fewer casualties, improved journey reliability and better driver behaviour. A Vysionics supplied point to point enforcement system was installed between Dunblane

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Germany to test self-driving cars on digitized autobahn, ‘won’t rely on Google’

Germany to test self-driving cars on digitized autobahn, ‘won’t rely on Google’

🕔09:10, 27.Jan 2015

The German government wants to convert part of the A9 Autobahn in Bavaria into a test-field for advanced car technology. The project is key to ensuring the country’s ‘digital sovereignty,’ according to its transport minister. The track, part of the

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Transport Secretary sees transport improvements in Kent

Transport Secretary sees transport improvements in Kent

🕔09:00, 27.Jan 2015

Transport Secretary Patrick McLoughlin was in Kent yesterday (26 January 2015) to visit 2 transport projects that demonstrate the improvements the government is making to rail and road travel. In Rochester he saw how a new train station is taking

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University of Michigan’s cityscape will test driverless vehicles

University of Michigan’s cityscape will test driverless vehicles

🕔12:17, 26.Jan 2015

A 32-acre “mini-city” designed expressly for testing connected and automated vehicle systems, and other emerging 21st-century smart city technologies, is taking shape on the University of Michigan’s (U-M’s) North Campus. Called M City, the one-of-a-kind facility will include four lane-miles

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Bulgarian city planning €22m transport upgrade

Bulgarian city planning €22m transport upgrade

🕔12:04, 26.Jan 2015

The City of Plovdiv has signed a €22.65m contract to modernise, develop and promote sustainable urban transport in the city. As well as upgrading Plovdiv’s entire transport system, the project includes the construction of a new centre for traffic management. The consortium will also

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Dutch to experiment with self-driving cars

Dutch to experiment with self-driving cars

🕔11:57, 26.Jan 2015

Ministers have approved the large-scale testing of self-driving cars and trucks on public roads in the Netherlands arguing the technology could cut jams, improve road safety and reduce pollution. The cabinet wants the Netherlands to take a ‘leading role’ in

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Ford opens new research centre to drive innovation in connectivity, mobility, autonomous vehicles

Ford opens new research centre to drive innovation in connectivity, mobility, autonomous vehicles

🕔15:49, 23.Jan 2015

Ford this week opened the Research and Innovation Center Palo Alto, growing its global research team and accelerating the company’s innovation in connectivity, mobility, autonomous vehicles, customer experience and big data. “At Ford, we view ourselves as both a mobility

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EU to support European ITS and cross-border traveller information services

EU to support European ITS and cross-border traveller information services

🕔15:39, 23.Jan 2015

The EU’s TEN-T Programme will co-finance with over €50 million the deployment and use of Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS) on European highways to improve their safety, security and efficiency. The projects will address several ITS services, including intelligent truck parking, travel time

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