London’s Transportation Funding Facing a Squeeze

London’s Transportation Funding Facing a Squeeze

🕔15:08, 23.Mar 2016

London’s transport network is about to feel the impact of spending cuts for the first time in 15 years. By the end of the decade, Transport for London — the organisation formed in 2000 that runs the Underground, train services, buses

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UK Traffic Congestion 14% Worse Than Five Years Ago

UK Traffic Congestion 14% Worse Than Five Years Ago

🕔12:42, 23.Mar 2016

Traffic congestion in the UK’s biggest cities is 14% worse than it was just five years ago, according to a major new report out today (March 22).   Across the rest of Europe, average congestion is actually 3% down over the

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Japanese Ministry Introduce Driverless Car Panel

Japanese Ministry Introduce Driverless Car Panel

🕔12:32, 23.Mar 2016

Honda, Nissan and Toyota are among the manufacturers on the panel according to a report. Japan’s Ministry of Economy Trade and Industry has set up an industry panel to study driverless cars, reports the Nikkei.The Ministry is reported to be concerned

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China’s Changan Auto to Send Driverless Car on 1,200-Mile Test

China’s Changan Auto to Send Driverless Car on 1,200-Mile Test

🕔12:18, 23.Mar 2016

Changan Automobile Group, Ford Motor Co.’s partner in China, plans to send a self-driving test car on a 1,200-mile road trip next month, underscoring its ambitions to produce highly automated vehicles by 2020. The car will depart Chongqing and arrive in

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ABAX Triplog sales double year on year in the UK

ABAX Triplog sales double year on year in the UK

🕔12:11, 23.Mar 2016

ABAX has seen a six-fold increase of sales from 2011 to 2015, and has now sold more than 135,000 vehicle telematics devices in Europe. The Triplog is the core piece of telematics technology for ABAX and the number of appliances sold

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Autonomous Cars don’t Need Divers or Traffic Lights says MIT Study

Autonomous Cars don’t Need Divers or Traffic Lights says MIT Study

🕔17:26, 22.Mar 2016

A new age of driving performance is in the near future as researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) plan to remove stoplights from the picture. Cars are then assigned a specific time or slot to enter the intersection

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Ford CEO “Our First Driverless Car will be for Everyone”

Ford CEO “Our First Driverless Car will be for Everyone”

🕔17:02, 22.Mar 2016

Fully autonomous vehicles will be here before you know it. But the reality is, not everyone will have the means to own one.  Like most new technologies, when fully autonomous cars come to market, they will likely cost a premium. So the luxury

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Nissan & The World’s Largest Grid-Integrated Electric Vehicle System

Nissan & The World’s Largest Grid-Integrated Electric Vehicle System

🕔16:44, 22.Mar 2016

Nissan’s new regional office in France will use electric car technology to power the offices — in fact, it will be implementing the world’s largest grid-integrated electric vehicle (EV) system. Taking place thanks to the Japanese EV manufacturer, it will be

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Hawaii Struggles to Keep Rail Project From Becoming a Boondoggle

Hawaii Struggles to Keep Rail Project From Becoming a Boondoggle

🕔16:39, 22.Mar 2016

From the start — when Honolulu officials began talking about building a 20-mile elevated train line near the southern coast of Oahu — there were concerns. How much would it cost? What would it do to the character of a

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Israel Eyes Autonomous Car Development

Israel Eyes Autonomous Car Development

🕔14:23, 22.Mar 2016

The autonomous car is coming to Israel: a steering team that includes representatives from various government ministries began on Sunday to work towards preparing the ground for the arrival of the revolutionary technology in Israel. The Transportation Ministry said the team

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