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  • Three east African countries to introduce road tollingUganda is to introduce a road toll on the Entebbe Expressway in January 2020. The country's government will start collecting money over 40 years for the 55km route which links the capital, Kampala,... 16 October 2019
  • Amsterdam's municipal fleet 'zero-emission by 2025'Amsterdam's authorities have announced that most municipality vehicles must be zero-emission by 2025 - followed by all other vehicles in the city 2030. The Dutch city says the municipality owns... 16 October 2019
  • Dyson scraps EV projectBritish technology company Dyson has pulled out of a project to build electric vehicles (EVs), saying it is unable to make its car commercially viable. Chief executive Sir James Dyson said in a... 16 October 2019
  • Q-Free launches web-based lane managementQ-Free has unveiled LaneAware, a web-based application which it says streamlines the lane management of workzones to reduce workload on agency staff and minimise traffic disruptions. Q-Free... 16 October 2019
  • EU states support Denmark's diesel ban proposalTen European Union (EU) countries have backed a proposal from Denmark to ban the sale of diesel and petrol cars by 2040. Danish climate and energy minister Dan Jorgensen told Reuters that the ban... 15 October 2019
  • New York approves transit toll hikesThe Port Authority of New York and New Jersey has approved a package of toll and fare hikes to raise funds for large-scale improvements. Executive director Rick Cotton says: "We don't want to... 15 October 2019
  • Climate fears driving EV buyers, says GeotabReducing their environmental impact is as likely to persuade UK consumers to buy an electric vehicle (EV) as saving money, according to a new survey. Connected vehicle company Geotab surveyed... 15 October 2019
  • ITS Australia: National Awards 2019 nomineesAn autonomous Mobility as a Service pilot at a retirement village is among the nominees in ITS Australia's National Awards 2019. Aurrigo is exploring how the technology will be used safely by... 15 October 2019
  • Most pedestrian detection systems 'hit pedestrians at 30mph'In-car automatic emergency braking systems with pedestrian detection mostly fail to avoid hitting pedestrians - and are completely ineffective at night, according to new research. In shocking... 14 October 2019
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