ASECAP Interviews: “Integrated, Sustainable Mobility” – Are We On The Right Path?

ASECAP Interviews: “Integrated, Sustainable Mobility” – Are We On The Right Path?

🕔15:36, 31.May 2016

Kevin Borras reports from ASECAP Study Days 2016 in Madrid. ASECAP’s 2016 Study Days continued the organisation’s long run of excellent presentations, a memorable venue and a thoughtfully composed social programme. Held at the Intercontinental Hotel in Madrid, this year’s theme

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Smart Parking in the Thinking City

Smart Parking in the Thinking City

🕔12:35, 31.May 2016

The May issue of Thinking Cities, H3BM’s joint venture publication with Polis, is online now. Featuring contributions from the likes of Barcelona, Malta, Aarhus, Leuven, Utrecht, Hamburg and London and with fascinating focuses on smart parking and cycling, this issue,

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Metro Transit Police ordered to disclose violent crimes to public

Metro Transit Police ordered to disclose violent crimes to public

🕔16:31, 27.May 2016

After a public outcry and complaints from Congress, there has been a big shakeup in Metro Transit Police policy. On Tuesday, Metro General Manager Paul Wiedefeld has ordered the police department to publicly report violent crimes on the same day

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U-M cancels plans for new transportation operations center amid neighborhood pressure

U-M cancels plans for new transportation operations center amid neighborhood pressure

🕔16:28, 27.May 2016

The University of Michigan has decided not to move forward with plans to build a new $38.5 million transportation operations and maintenance center on its North Campus. The current project, which was put on hold in March by U-M after increased

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Maryland to ask companies for $100 million tech solution to ease I-270 gridlock

Maryland to ask companies for $100 million tech solution to ease I-270 gridlock

🕔16:24, 27.May 2016

Highway agencies trying to ease traffic jams usually come up with their method of choice — widen a road, expand an intersection, re-time traffic signals — and then ask companies for their best price. But Maryland’s highway agency is about to try

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Advocates Call for Speed Cameras as Bike Deaths Rise in Philadelphia

Advocates Call for Speed Cameras as Bike Deaths Rise in Philadelphia

🕔16:20, 27.May 2016

Hundreds of people are injured or killed in bicycle crashes each year in Philadelphia and summer is when accidents spike. Bicyclists are looking for new ways to protect themselves on the city’s streets, but their suggestions are not sitting well

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US Senate sends red light camera notification bill to Baton Rouge governor

US Senate sends red light camera notification bill to Baton Rouge governor

🕔16:14, 27.May 2016

Motorists would have to be alerted to the locations of red light cameras, under a bill headed to the governor’s desk. With a 37-0 vote Tuesday, the Senate gave the measure final legislative passage. The proposal was also overwhelmingly supported in

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KT teams up with local firms to develop IoT bicycle

KT teams up with local firms to develop IoT bicycle

🕔16:06, 27.May 2016

Network operator KT has joined forces with four local companies to grow the sector for connected bicycles, the company said Wednesday. The network firm and its four partners — bike-maker Alton Sports, credit card firm BC Card, security firm KT Telecop,

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BMW’s vision for a world of connected cars

BMW’s vision for a world of connected cars

🕔10:49, 25.May 2016

As you’re brushing your teeth in the morning you monitor a digital display mirror that shows all your relevant information for the day: Schedule of appointments, weather and battery levels of all your devices, including your phone and BMW i3

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New effort to promote Indianapolis mass transit proposal involves college students

New effort to promote Indianapolis mass transit proposal involves college students

🕔10:42, 25.May 2016

Several college students are getting in on the act when it comes to promoting the mass transit in Indianapolis. Indy Connect has hired college students to talk to people  about the plan. Officials said the students will wear bright blue t-shirts with

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