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  • Siemens Atlanta pic.jpg A streetcar named...reliableWhen Atlanta's streetcar project had some issues, Siemens helped to solve them but started out by just listening, says Chris Maynard, the company's head of rail services. It's funny how often...
  • Dreamstime.jpg US Cities push for smarter polesUS Cities The need to connect existing infrastructure has led various US transit authorities into imaginative alleyways: David Crawford examines some new roles for street furniture. US cities are...
  • VRUs cycle safety 1.jpg Two wheels goodAs cycling becomes an increasingly popular method for commuting and recreation, what moves are afoot to keep the growing numbers of cyclists safe on ever-more-busy roads? Alan Dron puts on his helmet...
  • Internet Neutrality IBMCloudCenter (002).jpg The free and open internet is deadA key US vote may have changed what internet service providers are allowed to charge and how they restrict content: Joe Dysart explains why this has consequences for ITS companies. While most people...
  • autonomous vehicle blue sky Autonomous vehicles, smart cities: moving beyond the hypeThere is a lot of excited chatter about autonomous vehicles but 2getthere's Robbert Lohmann suggests we might need to take a step back and look realistically at what is achievable. You might be...
  • Shell's Visualisation Smarter transport remains key to smart citiesColin Sowman looks at some of the challenges and solutions that will provide enhanced transport efficiency in tomorrow's smarter cities. However you define a 'smart city', one of the key ingredients...
  • Reductions in levels of lighting Connected systems for monitoring and regulating lighting levels likely to increaseCriticism of street lighting switch-offs have largely died down but urban authorities and their industry partners are now looking for new ways of achieving sustainability. Jon Masters reports
  • Schoolchildren test the ridability of the Noord-Holland solar lane 'Free' power for signs, shelters and so much moreDavid Crawford looks at the sunny side of the street. Solar power has been relatively slow in entering the transport sector, but a current blossoming of activity bodes well for the large-scale...
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