February 19, 2024
There are three main barriers to taking transport ideas from the pilot stage to real-life usage: incompatible technology, local control and limited…
February 16, 2024
Walking has declined over the last three years in the US – yet pedestrian fatalities have been rising. Adam Hill looks at new research from…
February 15, 2024
New pedestrian signal requirements designed to make crossings safer for the visually impaired mean that accessible signals are no longer just an…
February 14, 2024
Hal Worrall and Mike Carneiro look at the history of AETC - and offer some thoughts on why it cannot just be seen as an expansion of existing ETC…
February 13, 2024
How do we transition the millions of vehicles on the world’s road to a connected and - one day - automated future? Andy Graham of White Willow…
February 12, 2024
Concerns about infrastructure are leading road authorities to consider the importance of Weigh in Motion solutions to monitor the wellbeing of their…
January 24, 2024
The Center for Urban Informatics and Progress at UTC, Amazon Web Services, the National Science Foundation, the City of Chattanooga and ITS America…
January 18, 2024
Does ChatGPT have an answer to this question? Yes. Is it the right one? Well, not exactly. What we really need is for transport to support the type…
January 16, 2024
Artificial intelligence isn't just about self-driving cars - and ‘smart’ doesn't always have to be shiny, new and innovative. Mark Nicholson, CEO at…
January 12, 2024
We're asking ITS and transportation leaders to give us the heads-up on where mobility is headed in 2024 and beyond. Nick Mackie, head of urban…