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  • fuel economy and fuel duty-based funding relation Countering falling fuel tax revenue with mileage feesEric G. O'Rear and Wallace E. Tyner look at the benefits of mileage charges and how these might be implemented. Since the early 1900s, taxes on petrol (gasoline) and diesel fuels have been used to...
  • The Nike-sponsored  BikeTown scheme Spreading the word about Bike Share in the USSmart bike share technology and funding policies help bridge the transit gap through the final mile as Andrew Bardin Williams explains. The sharing economy is coming to Portland this summer....
  • ITS Nafta Parking enforcement in Amsterdam Amsterdam reaps the reward of digitised parkingAmsterdam had taken the final step in digitising parking and parking enforcement and the move is paying dividends. It was almost a decade ago that the City of Amsterdam decided to start the evolution...
  • Rungis, the world's largest fresh produce market Inland waterways can de-stress city roadsDavid Crawford looks at an under-utilised solution for city-centre deliveries. The use of rivers and canals for moving freight is a well-established mode in North Western Europe, where it can take...
  • GLONASS system Moscow planning improvements to city's ITS systemBuoyed by the success of its recent ITS introductions, the authorities in Moscow are planning additions to the system as Eugene Gerden discovered. The government of Russia's capital, Moscow, plans...
  • Schoolchildren test the ridability of the Noord-Holland solar lane 'Free' power for signs, shelters and so much moreDavid Crawford looks at the sunny side of the street. Solar power has been relatively slow in entering the transport sector, but a current blossoming of activity bodes well for the large-scale...
  • RFID Tag and in road sensor Westminster detects disabled parking bay abuseWestminster trials scheme to detect non-qualifying motorists using disabled parking bays. The provision of disabled parking bays has become commonplace - but so has the abuse of these bays by...
  • CMOS sensor Sensor technology advances increases ITS opportunitiesBasler's Enzio Schneider explains why advances in CMOS technology provides new opportunities for vision-based ITS applications. Since the beginning of 2015, or even before, it seems obvious that all...
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