March 26, 2020 3 mins Read
Russia is betting on the importance of driverless cars as the country’s transport system develops in the years to come.
March 25, 2020 3 mins Read
The perceived safety benefits of autonomous vehicles can only be realised with precise positioning. Ben Spencer reports from Sweden on work by a…
March 25, 2020 4 mins Read
With tech giants targeting the transport sector, could local authorities lose control of their means of delivering policy?
March 18, 2020 3 mins Read
As the world’s population migrates to ever-larger urban areas, Aptiv’s Ingo Stuermer believes that a number of ITS technologies will encourage…
March 18, 2020 3 mins Read
Robert W. Poole of the Reason Foundation thinks that trust is going to be essential if US states are to transition from gas tax to road pricing.
March 18, 2020 4 mins Read
A new transport strategy is aimed at creating conditions for the introduction of new ITS developments within Moscow – and 5G and V2X are on the agenda
March 18, 2020 5 mins Read
Enforcement must be at the heart of a drive to reduce vulnerable road user deaths and injuries, says the latest report from the European Transport…
March 3, 2020 3 mins Read
A valiant attempt to ease the UK’s congested strategic road system? Or an idea that should never have seen the light of day? Alan Dron reports on the…
March 3, 2020 3 mins Read
Olga Uskova, founder and president of Russia-based Cognitive Technologies, puts herself in the hotseat with ITS International to answer questions…
March 3, 2020 4 mins Read
Georgia DoT’s regional connected vehicle programme could be a model for the rest of the US. Adam Hill speaks to two men involved in making it a…