SIGNAL OF INTENT

SIGNAL OF INTENT

🕔16:05, 17.Feb 2017

Alistair Gollop looks back at the last 10 years of traffic signals and discusses what may happen in the next decade   There have been many developments in traffic signals over the last 10 years – arguably this period has arguably

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AHEAD OF HIS TIME

AHEAD OF HIS TIME

🕔15:54, 17.Feb 2017

While playing with his Dropbox settings, Andy Graham came across this file dated 2026. He hasn’t been able to work out how this actually happened but it provides an interesting view of the future So, congratulations on another 10 years to

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A TIME FOR REFLECTION

A TIME FOR REFLECTION

🕔15:47, 17.Feb 2017

Kevin Borras talks to Keith McCabe, a stalwart of the UK’s ITS sector for longer than he’d care to remember, about his fairly untypical entry into the industry in which he has made his name. The founder of KAM Futures

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SMART SKILLS FOR SMARTER MOTORWAYS

SMART SKILLS FOR SMARTER MOTORWAYS

🕔15:34, 17.Feb 2017

The UK’s proliferation of smart motorway schemes has generated one all-important question: what if there aren’t enough skilled engineers to deliver the projects? Joe Wilson suggests that a team effort is what is needed   Following the UK Government’s announcement of

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A DEAD END?

A DEAD END?

🕔15:08, 17.Feb 2017

Simon Benfield on the multiple benefits brought to road users by the implementation of Smart Motorways All-lane running Smart Motorways: a natural and logical evolution of the dynamic hard shoulder-running Managed Motorways, or sacrificing the safety of road users on

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Inglewood, California, To Benefit from Opticom Traffic Signal Preemption System

Inglewood, California, To Benefit from Opticom Traffic Signal Preemption System

🕔08:05, 17.Feb 2017

Global Traffic Technologies, LLC (GTT) has contracted with the city of Inglewood in California to provide the city with its Opticom™ traffic preemption solution. Opticom works alongside intersection controllers to help ensure emergency vehicles can move through intersections rapidly and

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Autonomous vehicles and the future of transport

Autonomous vehicles and the future of transport

🕔09:09, 16.Feb 2017

Are we speeding towards a future without privately-owned cars? There are compelling reasons to think that a combination of urbanisation, shifting cultural priorities and of course rapid technological change are set to radically reshape our concepts of transport. In this

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23rd Intelligent Transport Systems Post Congress Report now available

23rd Intelligent Transport Systems Post Congress Report now available

🕔09:23, 15.Feb 2017

The Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS) Post Congress Report was released yesterday. The Report captures the key messages and moments of the highly successful 23rd World Congress on ITS in Melbourne, October 2016, and provides valuable insights for the industry going

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Troopers Use ‘Big Data’ to Predict Crash Sites

Troopers Use ‘Big Data’ to Predict Crash Sites Updated

🕔08:20, 15.Feb 2017

As Tennessee Highway Patrol Sgt. Anthony Griffin patrolled an area near Murfreesboro one morning in January 2014, he gave a young woman a ticket for driving her Geo Prizm without wearing a seat belt. About four hours later, Griffin was

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New Miami to pay $3 million back to speeding motorists

New Miami to pay $3 million back to speeding motorists Updated

🕔08:10, 15.Feb 2017

A judge says the placement of stationary traffic cameras wasn’t fair to drivers and now a local community has to pay back $3 million in fines. It’s a controversial battle over unmanned cameras. Stationary traffic cameras are already a thing

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