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  • Real life electrified road system eHighway Using electricity to power road freightNext year sees the start of the first real-life electrified road system for transporting freight. Worldwide freight transportation is predicted to double by 2050 but despite expansion of global rail...
  • calfornian Bakersfeild traffic smoothing avatar Smoothing the path to reducing traffic pollutionDavid Crawford reviews a new approach to traffic smoothing. A key objective for the Californian city of Bakersfield's upgraded traffic operations centre (TOC), which opened in June 2014, is to help...
  • Connecticut ITS Solution Parking meter avatar New Haven shows small can be beautifulConnecticut's new administration is using smart policy and ITS solutions to bridge social divides. Andrew Bardin Williams investigates. With only 130,000 residents, New Haven can hardly be called a...
  • Matthew Pencharz Avatar London's strategy to tackle air quality problemsColin Sowman talks to Matthew Pencharz, the man charged with charting London's path between catering for traveller needs, conserving ancient buildings and conforming to modern air quality standards.
  • Vehicle-mounted MARWIS Lufft's MARWIS moves weatherA mobile road weather sensor is providing authorities with new options for monitoring road conditions and winter maintenance operations. Road and traffic engineers know the vulnerable points in their...
  • Simulation development diver automation Does ADAS create as many problems as it solvesVictoria Banks and Neville Stanton [1] of Southampton University's Transportation Research Group examine the real impact of creeping driver automation. Safety research suggests that 90% of accidents...
  • The Fourth Bore is and its communications system Moxa provides clear vision for Caldecott Tunnel's Fourth BoreCaldecott Tunnel's new Fourth Bore is utilising a bespoke high-capacity monitoring and communications network from Moxa. The Caldecott Tunnel connects Contra Costa and Alameda counties in Northern...
  • The new back office solution Kapsch's scalable tolling back office accepts mixed feedsArno Klamminger and Wolfgang Fleischer from Kapsch's ETC Business Unit outline a new back office solution which addresses the ongoing changes in the road user charging sector. The rapidly increasing...
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