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  • Anne Berner Leading Finland's transport revolutionAnne Berner, Finland's minister of transport and communications, does not fit the normal political mould. She is not a career politician but a business executive who became a member of parliament in...
  •  Anne Berner MaaS Conference Authorities look to MaaS for new solutions and cost savingsThe structure of society and the way in which our cities work will be completely transformed by Mobility as a Service (MaaS), Finland's minister of transport and communications Anne Berner, told ITS...
  • First buses in Bristol Bristol's buses trial CycleEye detection systemFusion Processing's Jim Hutchinson looks at a two-year trial of the company's cyclist detection system. Is cycling in a city dangerous? Well, that depends where you are and how you view statistics....
  • A HERE map Missouri's smart solution for rural road monitoringDavid Crawford sees how Missouri is using commercially available information to rapidly improve monitoring and driver information on rural highways. Missouri is a predominantly rural state with the...
  • Maite Safón Mexico expands free-flow tolling's boundariesMexico is implementing one of the world's largest remote tolling systems backed by Indra's technology. By Andrew Bardin Williams. Mexico recently implemented one of the largest remote toll systems in...
  • holiday island of Texel Transport integration separates rural idyll from remote isolationDavid Crawford investigates the operation of Total Transport in some of Europe's more rural areas. Total Transport is a concept that is gaining traction in Europe as a means of making it easier for...
  • PTV’s MaaS Accelerator Program Modelling MaaS and making it happenColin Sowman looks at some of the emerging technology being introduced to evaluate and operate Mobility as a Service. The fast-growing interest in Mobility-as-a-Service (MaaS) has prompted the...
  • tribal road crashes Deriving data to tackle tribal road crashesDavid Crawford looks at a new initiative to deal with high crash and fatality rates on America's tribal roads. According to the US Centres for Disease Control and Prevention, on average two members...
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