Jamming of signals is the latest weapon used by hackers to make money – and Focus Telecom has an affordable solution Far more than a tool for Waze users to figure out the best routes to their destinations, the Global
Ontario is considering the idea of putting signs on highways to alert drivers about upcoming areas where they can safely pull over to text or check their emails. All three parties voted in favour on second reading of a private member’s
Shane Luck, a former MSc student at Newcastle University now employed by WSP Group, has been awarded the joint TRL / ITS (UK) Student Prize for best essay. Shane received his prize during a visit to TRL in May. His essay
The phrase “car accident” is used almost reflexively, both in colloquial and media contexts. It hardly seems objectionable: its dictionary definition is “an event that is not planned or intended.” And no one intends to crash their car. But we do make
New Data Sets from the Next Generation Simulation (NGSIM) Program are Now Available in the Research Data Exchange The Research Data Exchange (RDE) is a web-based data resource provided by the USDOT Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) Program. It collects, manages,
Transport ministers to honour achievement of Russia’s capital city at global summit in Germany on May 19 The city of Moscow has been awarded the 2016 Transport Achievement Award for its exemplary approach to improving traffic conditions in the Russian capital.
Trucking and travel plaza leaders today announced a new highway safety initiative to help professional drivers find available truck parking. Beginning in late summer, truck drivers who need to stop and rest will be able to use a free mobile app
The Colorado Department of Transportation’s (CDOT) new drugged driving awareness campaign — “Dangerous Combinations” — sends a simple and honest message: driving high is dangerous and illegal. The new creative campaign launched this week and features videos and striking visuals