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Unmounted E-ZPasses to be penalized with higher tolls

Unmounted E-ZPasses to be penalized with higher tolls

🕔13:20, 21.Jun 2016

If your E-ZPass is not mounted properly to your windshield, you put your and others’ safety at risk and can hold up traffic, and if you’re caught at the Newport Pell Bridge, you’ll pay a higher toll. The Rhode Island Turnpike

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USDOT ITS Joint Program Office – New Data Sets from the Next Generation Simulation

USDOT ITS Joint Program Office – New Data Sets from the Next Generation Simulation

🕔15:54, 23.May 2016

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,

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INRIX and Parkmobile Bring End-To-End Parking Solution to the Connected Car

INRIX and Parkmobile Bring End-To-End Parking Solution to the Connected Car

🕔11:07, 19.May 2016

U.S. drivers can find, route to, reserve and pay for parking at lots, garages and meters directly from the dasboard INRIX now offers automakers an embedded, end-to-end user experience across both on- and off-street parking Parkmobile will enhance INRIX’s real-time occupancy

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Kevin Borras talks to Cees de Wijs

🕔16:03, 14.May 2016

Kevin Borras interviews Cee De Wijs CEO of Dynniq, abour the rebranded companies vision for a mobility-driven future. Kevin Borras talks to Cee de Wijs CEO of Dynniq

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Zooz scores investment for smart payments

Zooz scores investment for smart payments

🕔13:01, 4.May 2016

Payments platform outfit Zooz has closed a $24 million funding round, led by Target Global Ventures. The Israel-based startup, which helps merchants connect with multiple payment providers, will use the cash to develop new products, open new markets and increase

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New South Wales to Trial Traffic Light Communication for Trucks

New South Wales to Trial Traffic Light Communication for Trucks

🕔12:51, 3.May 2016

The New South Wales government has announced a trial of vehicle-to-infrastructure (V2I) technology to tackle increasing congestion on Sydney’s roads. Transport for NSW says that by reducing the number of times trucks stop at traffic lights, the connected vehicle technology should

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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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Kentucky retains interim toll consultant after seeking to bypass bidding rules

Kentucky retains interim toll consultant after seeking to bypass bidding rules

🕔13:36, 20.Apr 2016

When Kentucky and Indiana fired a key consultant on the Ohio River Bridges Project last June, the states’ top decision-making body chose Parsons Transportation Group to take over. After ousting the eTrans Group, the Kentucky-Indiana Joint Board voted to install Pasadena,

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SEPTA’s new fare system will arrive in June

SEPTA’s new fare system will arrive in June

🕔14:37, 18.Apr 2016

SEPTA’s long promised electronic fare card finally has an arrival date. The transportation agency is making 10,000 SEPTA Key cards available on June 13 through a first-come, first-serve pilot program. Riders can buy the cards at kiosks in subway stations, and

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Google Add Ride Sharing Tab to Maps on IOS

Google Add Ride Sharing Tab to Maps on IOS

🕔14:44, 24.Mar 2016

Google today updated its Google Maps iOS app to include a ride-sharing tab it introduced for Android owners just last week. The new tab, which shows up under a taxi icon between walking and biking options, shows both the available ride-sharing options

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