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  • Toronto's Queen Elizabeth Way Canada looks to HOT lanes to tackle congestionDavid Crawford sees an evidence-based approach to HOT lane conversions. Canada's first high occupancy toll (HOT) lanes opened on 16 September 2016 as a pilot on a 16.5km section of existing high...
  • Walmart’s truck Freight poses growing problem for city authoritiesWes Guckert considers possible solutions and countermeasures to the problems of increased freight deliveries in growing cities. In January 2016, the US Department of Transportation (USDoT)...
  • Montréal metro computer - intruder detected near train Video analytics enhances urban rail safetyDavid Crawford explores some promising innovations for North American commuters. North America is experiencing a surge in commuter rail and metro development. The US now has 75 light rail and metro...
  • Figure 1: Collected fuel and VMT tax revenues Study reveals unexpected effects of replacing fuel taxEric O'Rear, Wallace Tyner and Kemal Sarica examine the far-reaching implications of replacing fuel taxes with a mileage tax. Lawmakers at both the federal and state level are frustrated over...
  • Highways  tolling system  Seattle Kapsch outlines tolling options to combat traffic congestionMichael Maitland from Kapsch TrafficCom looks at how the various forms of tolling can help authorities combat traffic congestion and air quality problems while simultaneously raising revenue.
  • Innovation needed freight movements IBTTA seeks transportation innovationIBTTA's Patrick Jones contemplates the need for, sources of and constraints on transportation innovation. For years now, visionary thinkers and doers in the highway transportation community have been...
  • Olli interior Data handling important for autonomous vehiclesData handling is becoming an ever-greater part of transportation and never more so than with autonomous vehicles, as Andrew Bardin Williams hears from some big names.
  • real-world testing on the camp avatar Texas A&M offer free campus transport testingFree evaluation and testing of transportation systems and products might seem too good to be true - but it isn't. Colin Sowman reports. Texas A&M University is offering to host transport technology...
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