CVSA seeks to define parameters of ‘e-inspections’

CVSA seeks to define parameters of ‘e-inspections’

🕔14:34, 28.Apr 2016

The Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance continued work this week at its Workshop event in Chicago on defining an “electronic inspection” and the parameters of a new North American Standard Electronic Inspection. With several variatns of “wireless” or “electronic” inspections being deployed

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Crashes rise where Columbus’ red-light cameras were

Crashes rise where Columbus’ red-light cameras were

🕔14:31, 28.Apr 2016

When state legislators passed a de facto ban on red-light cameras last year, municipalities across Ohio cried foul. Officials feared that crashes would increase. So far, they’ve been right — at least in Columbus, according to a Dispatch analysis of crash

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Volvo autonomous car engineer calls Tesla’s Autopilot a ‘wannabe’

Volvo autonomous car engineer calls Tesla’s Autopilot a ‘wannabe’

🕔14:22, 28.Apr 2016

Tesla’s Autopilot semi-autonomous technology gives drivers the ability to take their hands off the wheel, while the car effectively drives itself on the highway. At launch, drivers didn’t even need to touch the wheel to show that they were still awake and

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TALKING CITIES

TALKING CITIES

🕔14:39, 27.Apr 2016

On Wednesday 6 April 2016 H3B Media, publishers of Thinking Highways, and Thinking Cities, hosted a Smart Cities Side Event at the RAI Amsterdam. Split into seven distinct areas the event took place on the second day of Intertraffic and

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Seeing Things Differently: a Thinking Highways special feature

Seeing Things Differently: a Thinking Highways special feature

🕔14:36, 27.Apr 2016

The April issue of Thinking Highways Europe/Rest of the World edition is online now and features a multi-article focus on the evolution of the traffic control room over the magazine’s 10-year lifetime. Eight experts offer their opinions on how their

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Ferrari CEO drives a Tesla, promptly calls electric cars ‘obscene’

Ferrari CEO drives a Tesla, promptly calls electric cars ‘obscene’

🕔14:25, 27.Apr 2016

Relative to how fast things typically move in the auto industry (read: not fast at all), Tesla’s emergence as a forward-thinking and revolutionary car company seemingly came out of nowhere. While traditional automakers over the years have been quick to scoff at

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‘Heads up!’ TriMet releases video, asks pedestrians and bicyclists to stay alert

‘Heads up!’ TriMet releases video, asks pedestrians and bicyclists to stay alert

🕔14:19, 27.Apr 2016

Several close calls with TriMet buses and MAX trains have transportation officials asking people to stay alert and stay safe. Portland’s city streets are expected to see a lot more pedestrian traffic as the warm spring weather gives way to summer. Transportation

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Montana Department of Transportation Deploys Intuicom’s  Enterprise Management Software Statewide

Montana Department of Transportation Deploys Intuicom’s Enterprise Management Software Statewide

🕔14:12, 27.Apr 2016

Intuicom, Incorporated, a premier supplier of wireless solutions to the Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) market, announced today that the Montana Department of Transportation (MDT), is deploying Intuicom’s BroadbandPro™ Enterprise Management Software statewide in an effort to unify and centralize the management of

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Michigan Law’s Autonomous Vehicles Conference: Legal And Regulatory Hurdles To Deployment

Michigan Law’s Autonomous Vehicles Conference: Legal And Regulatory Hurdles To Deployment

🕔13:33, 26.Apr 2016

Earlier this month, I attended a conference at the University of Michigan Law School: Autonomous Vehicles: Legal and Regulatory Hurdles to Deployment. It was a good excuse to go embrace all of the nostalgia that comes from visiting your alma mater.

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Smartphone Zombies are Causing Traffic Woes in Germany

Smartphone Zombies are Causing Traffic Woes in Germany

🕔11:49, 26.Apr 2016

Headphones on, eyes glued to a smartphone. This all-too-common habit is contributing to a rise in accidents involving pedestrians. But Germany has a new, bright idea to make cellphone users look up before crossing. This week, the German cities of

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