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  • Indra picks up €75m dynamic toll system deal in USIndra has been awarded a €75 million deal for work to switch a major US roadway to dynamic pricing. The contract is with concession company I-66 Express Mobility Partners - 50% owned by Cintra -... 31 October 2019
  • Estonian police offer 'road breaks' for first-time speedersPolice in Estonia have been offering drivers caught speeding with a choice between taking a break from the road instead of paying a fine. A report by ERR.ee says drivers exceeding the speed limit... 30 October 2019
  • Dutch road safety 'getting worse' says expertRoads in the Netherlands have become more dangerous over the last decade, according to one of the country's leading road safety experts. Dr Peter van der Knaap, head of the scientific institute... 07 October 2019
  • European Day Without A Road Death: 'Everyone's vulnerable'This year's European Day Without A Road Death (Project EDWARD) takes place today, emphasising a theme of vulnerability. It is organised by the European Traffic Police Network (TISPOL), which offers a... 26 September 2019
  • Unisys helps Queensland identify driver licence applicantsThe Queensland Department of Transport and Main Roads (TMR) in Australia has chosen Unisys to provide facial image processing technology for the state's smart card driver licences. Biometrics are... 18 September 2019
  • Cincinnati Bell to deploy Ohio smart city solutionTelephone company Cincinnati Bell is partnering with the Oregon District Business Association to install a smart city solution to support law enforcement safety initiatives. The partners will... 06 September 2019
  • TRL calls for EU crash data law updateTRL is calling for an update to UK and EU automotive legislation to allow police, insurers and road safety researchers access to event data recorder (EDR) information. EDR is the equivalent of a... 29 August 2019
  • Canada puts $2.5m into tackling drug-impaired drivingThe government of Canada is investing CAN$2.5 million over five years to tackle drug-impaired driving in the province of Prince Edward Island. The move is part of a CAN$81 million package to... 21 August 2019
  • Toronto maps out new rules for vehicle-for-hire industryToronto City Council has amended its vehicles-for-hire rules to improve safety and accessibility of taxis and private transportation companies including Uber and Lyft. Toronto mayor John Tory,... 30 July 2019
  • DfT to review UK traffic enforcementThe Department for Transport (DfT) in the UK is to carry out a review into road policing and traffic enforcement in a bid to improve highway safety. The two-year review - jointly funded by the DfT... 22 July 2019
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