March 24, 2022
Hackers love an open door and ransomware attacks on transit agencies are rising. Ben Spencer examines a report by Mineta Transportation Institute on…
March 22, 2022
Cities including Paris, Milan and London have all announced serious expansions to their bicycling infrastructure over the last few years. The era of…
March 21, 2022
While Lidar is gaining ground in the ITS industry, it has not yet reached the level of mass adoption where it shows up frequently in requests for…
March 19, 2022
An analysis has shown that Jenoptik’s average speed cameras can reduce fatal and serious collisions by 50%. Ben Spencer learns that this technology…
March 16, 2022
The US government’s cash injection for the nation’s bridges represents a step forward – but IBTTA’s Pat Jones suggests that states need to consider…
March 15, 2022
Getting drivers to slow down and space themselves safely on the road is a problem – but a collaboration between Innovia Technology and The Ray may…
March 14, 2022
Lidar feels like a technology whose time has come – but why now? Adam Hill talks to manufacturers, vendors and system integrators in the sector to…
March 9, 2022
Transportation was built through the lens of men: that ecosystem needs to change
March 3, 2022
Lidar is on the cusp of becoming an indispensable part of transportation infrastructure worldwide. Itai Dadon of Ouster takes a high-level overview…
March 2, 2022
How will the US deploy intelligent transit networks that enable connected vehicles? Data sharing is crucial if urban mobility users are to benefit,…