ITS America statement on the Transportation Reauthorization Extension

ITS America statement on the Transportation Reauthorization Extension

🕔13:49, 31.Jul 2015

Intelligent Transportation Society of America (ITS America) President and CEO Regina Hopper commented yesterday on the three-month MAP-21 extension being voted on by the U.S. House of Representatives, and on the ongoing work in the U.S. Senate to pass a

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Serbian capital to reorganise public transport

Serbian capital to reorganise public transport

🕔12:17, 31.Jul 2015

The Serbian capital of Belgrade is planning to reorganise its public transport to make it cheaper and more efficient. In order to accomplish this, the city plans to reduce ticket prices, develop mobile ticketing and improve the public transport network. For the

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Cubic to speak on intelligent ticketing technology at 2015 Australian Transport Summit

Cubic to speak on intelligent ticketing technology at 2015 Australian Transport Summit

🕔14:55, 30.Jul 2015

Cubic Transportation Systems (CTS), has announced that Tom Walker, managing director of CTS-Australasia, will discuss new transportation technologies at the upcoming Australian Transport Summit held in Sydney, Australia tomorrow (July 31). Jointly presented by the Australian Tourism & Transport Forum

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Indian State launches TRL-designed road accident data management system to improve road safety

Indian State launches TRL-designed road accident data management system to improve road safety

🕔14:07, 30.Jul 2015

The Indian State of Himachal Pradesh, has officially launched its first road accident data management system (RADMS) for the management, analysis and evaluation of road traffic accident data. Designed and developed by TRL, the UK’s Transport Research Laboratory, the new

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FHWA awards $7.1 Million to seven States, National Park Service to speed innovation

FHWA awards $7.1 Million to seven States, National Park Service to speed innovation

🕔13:59, 30.Jul 2015

U.S. Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx this week announced more than $7.1 million in grants from the Federal Highway Administration’s (FHWA) Accelerated Innovation Deployment (AID) Demonstration program to fund nine projects in Florida, Kansas, Montana, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Washington, Wisconsin

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Turning off street lights ‘does not lead to more crime or accidents’, researchers claim

Turning off street lights ‘does not lead to more crime or accidents’, researchers claim

🕔09:46, 29.Jul 2015

Turning street lights off at night does not lead to more crime or traffic accidents, researchers have said. Motoring and pedestrian groups have raised concerns about councils switching off their lights at night to save money, with research suggesting around

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Siemens opens new traffic service operation in London

Siemens opens new traffic service operation in London

🕔09:15, 29.Jul 2015

Traffic technology supplier Siemens officially opens a new regional traffic service operation in London today solely dedicated to contracts in the capital placed with Siemens by Transport for London (TfL). The brand new depot in Enfield, one of 20 facilities

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Registration is open for vehicle connectivity, autonomy and interactivity event

Registration is open for vehicle connectivity, autonomy and interactivity event

🕔09:00, 29.Jul 2015

Earlier this month the government announced the launch of a £20 million competitive fund for collaborative research and development into driverless vehicles, along with a code of practice for testing plus formation of a new policy unit to co-ordinate government policy on driverless

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Autonomous trucks: Daimler seeks licence for road tests

Autonomous trucks: Daimler seeks licence for road tests

🕔10:30, 28.Jul 2015

Car manufacturer Daimler is hoping to test self-driving trucks on German motorways this year, according to a company executive. Speaking to the Frankfurter Allgemeine Sonntagszeitung, Wolfgang Bernhard said he was “positive” the firm would get certification within weeks. Daimler has

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Government slashes racing red tape to bring the world’s best cyclists to English roads

Government slashes racing red tape to bring the world’s best cyclists to English roads

🕔09:48, 28.Jul 2015

New plans to make it easier to host future Tour de France stages and other elite cycling events in England were published yesterday, Monday 27 July 2015. The updates to road regulations would encourage more tourism, create a boost for the economy and

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