Thinking Highways North America – June/July issue is online now!

Thinking Highways
By Thinking Highways July 7, 2014 15:06

Thinking Highways North America – June/July issue is online now!


The North America edition of Thinking Highways’ June/July issue is online now and features two bonus articles not available in the printed edition plus the debut offering of our new columnist, more of whom later.

The cover feature is Randy Salzman’s investigations into the inner workings of a PPP scheme close to his Virginia home, while David Pickeral uses the attitude of an industry newcomer to question the wisdom of closing your mind to others’ ideas. Paul Hutton talks to six experts in the field of traffic control centers and asks them how their role is changing, while Guy Fraker wonders how Europe seems to have stolen a march on the US in terms of mobility. Paul Minett urges an innovative new approach to help travelers manage congestion, Jim Barbaresso looks forward to the ITS World Congress and Laura Hartley does likewise with the ITS3C Summit in the form of a potted history of GRITS.

The two bonus articles come courtesy of Bruce Abernethy who looks at just what constitutes a smart bridge and ponders the effectiveness of ITS at recreational facilities. Last but by no means least,  H3B Media welcomes Jason Barnes into the fold and he begins his new role as associate editor of Thinking Highways and editor of THx, our new smart-tablet magazine, with a column that takes military aviation as a starting point for ITS. All this and a whole lot more await you – just click HERE.

Thinking Highways
By Thinking Highways July 7, 2014 15:06