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  • Schematic diagram Tri-nation cooperation on C-ITS CorridorIn the European C-ITS Corridor project, authorities from three countries are working with the automotive industry on the deployment of Cooperative (V2X) Systems. Cooperative Intelligent Transport...
  • Dubai Speeding Enforcement comes in many guisesColin Sowman looks at some enforcement case studies from around the world. It is a sad fact of life that unenforced laws are not adhered to by a sometimes sizable proportion of the public and once...
  • Bilingual markers have technical implications Regulating rural road useDavid Crawford looks at problems facing indigenous communities and those unfamiliar with driving in rural areas. While it is well known that the fatality rate for road crashes in rural areas is...
  • Congestion charging in operation in Stockholm Do buses need subsidies in congestion charging areasDavid Crawford takes a look at the debate surrounding bus subsidies. Subsidies for public transport are a well-known and frequently-used policy tool directed at reducing the high environmental and...
  • Nordic hazard slippery roads Association News on ITSAssociation news from around the globe; Austria, Norway, Czech Republic & Slovakia associations share plans for C-ITS. ITS UK thinks countries boasting that legal autonomous vehicles will become a...
  • ITS Interview Sampo Hietanen avatar Sampo Hietanen's mobility missionFor a decade Sampo Hietanen harboured a vision of an alternative form of mobility, now as CEO of MaaS Finland he is putting theory into practice. Sampo Hietanen has become the embodiment of Mobility...
  • The Hudson monitoring centre Keeping a close watch on 'too-dangerous-to-drive' highwayLike many others, the authorities in Argentina implemented ITS to improve road safety but this case was a little different to most as Mauro Nogarin explains. The 70km of highway that separate...
  • Control Room Rail Traffic controllers workstation B&C Transit modernises Miami-Dade Metrorail's control systemsJason Gomez and Daniel Mondesir describe how passenger disruption was minimised during a major upgrading of the control room of Miami-Dade's Metrorail. In 1984 when the Miami-Dade Department of...
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