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    • All change at ITS InternationalAfter four and a half interesting years, this will be my last issue as editor of ITS International. Over that time, I have had the privilege to...
    • A change of tackFor some time, it has been evident that the quickening pace of technological advancement has been outpacing the ability of legislators to...
    • Speak up for TransportationTransportation is often blamed for many of the world's ills and some of it is undeniable, such as 1.2 million road deaths a year or poor urban air...
    • A Change of PerspectiveToday's legislators and the public sector in general are often berated for holding back innovation, for delaying the introduction of new products...
    • Mass changes in travel patterns may require inter-generational 'evolution'While ITS technology has been developing apace, making travel safer, quicker and more sustainable, changing the public's travel habits is...
    • Navigating an uncertain 2017There is no doubt that 2016 has seen some of the biggest political upheavals in recent times: The UK's decision to leave the EU, America electing a non-politician namely Donald Trump as its...
    • Holding the line in the public interestThe pace of development and trials of driverless vehicles would lead many to believe they are the answer to all transportation problems. They are not indeed self-driving cars will create more...
    • Catering for MaaS DeliveryNewton's first law of motion states that: Every object in a state of uniform motion tends to remain in that state of motion unless an external force is applied to it. While the concept moving bodies...
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