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  • Highways Agency chief executive to step downThe Chief Executive of the Highways Agency (HA), Graham Dalton, announced today that he is leaving his post in the summer. During his seven years in post Graham has led the agency through a time... 29 January 2015
  • Bytemark to develop FutureRailway ticketing and payments systemMobile ticketing provider Bytemark is to create a mobile payments infrastructure and smartphone app for the FutureRailway program in the UK. FutureRailway, a collaboration between RSSB and Network... 29 January 2015
  • DEKRA promotes road safety in South AfricaSpeaking to representatives from the South African Department of Transport, the Parliament and the South African automotive industry at a working lunch in Pretoria, Clemens Klinke, head of German... 29 January 2015
  • Patent for Reno A&E bicycle detection signature analysisReno A&E (RAE), a subsidiary of Eberle Design has been awarded a US patent for its bicycle detection signature analysis technology. The patent covers a signature analysis technique that employs... 29 January 2015
  • Tolls to help fund improvements to the Brent Spence BridgeThe International Bridge, Tunnel and Turnpike Association (IBTTA) has applauded Governors Beshear (Kentucky) and Kasich (Ohio) following their announcement that they plan to use tolls to pay for at... 29 January 2015
  • EU to support the deployment of common ITSTwelve European road operators and authorities have teamed up with the European Commission in the EasyWay initiative to foster European harmonisation and interoperability of ITS through a range of... 29 January 2015
  • Suppliers chosen for ODOT road user charging projectOregon's Department of Transportation (ODOT) has preliminarily chosen Sanef, Verizon and telematics company Azuga as vendors in the nation's first large scale pay-by the mile road usage charge (RUC)... 28 January 2015
  • Self-driving vehicles 'may not improve road safety'Self-driving vehicles are expected to improve road safety, improve the mobility of those who currently cannot use conventional vehicles and reduce emissions. However, a new report by researchers... 28 January 2015
  • TfL cycle superhighways plans will still disrupt traffic, says FTAThe Mayor of London, Boris Johnson, has set out final plans for the construction of Europe's longest substantially-segregated urban cycleways, the centrepiece of his US$1.3 billion commitment to get... 28 January 2015
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