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Peak-hours ITS increases vehicle capacity in Castle Rock, Colorado

From this month, drivers along Plum Creek Parkway heading toward I-25, in Castle Rock, Colorado, are to benefit from a new traffic management system that will reduce congestion during the road's busiest hours. VMS signs will designate lane assignments at certain times of the day. The technology is an example of how ITS can increase capacity on busy roads reducing the need for expensive road-building projects.

January 2017


 

 

Uber targets city authorities and traffic planners with its new data product: Movement

Uber has launched its new website, ‘Movement’, which provides traffic analyses and travel time data and is available for use by city authorities and planners. The website will offer access to traffic data that has been collected from Uber vehicles in more than 450 cities across the globe, and the information can be utilized by officials including traffic and road authorities looking to improve mobility in their cities – for example, by comparing short- or long-term traffic changes in certain areas over various periods of time. To read our full report on Uber Movement click here.

January 2017


 

 

ITS World Congress 2017 to be centered around a Smart Cities Pavilion

Bernie Wagenblast, of our associate webcaster Transportation Radio, recently caught up with Chris Philip, chairman and CEO of ITS Canada. In a wide-ranging discussion they touched on many subjects including the challenges facing ITS in extreme climates and the ongoing need for greater cooperation within the industry. On the subject of this year's ITS World Congress, which will be held in Montréal at the end of October, Philp as head of the organizing team, was able to reveal that smart cities will, for the first time, get their own dedicated area at the event. To hear more on this check out the clip below. And to hear the full interview along with other insightful discussions with industry leaders visit Transportation Radio, just click here.

January 2017


 

 

Caltrans improves roads with new automated warning system

Caltrans (California's Department of Transportation) has embarked on a new project that will enable road users to receive road and traffic updates in real time. By installing an automated warning system (AWS) – comprising inductive loops, roadside weather stations, visibility meters and, soon, Bluetooth detectors too – onto state highways, data from roads can be collected and information such as weather reports, incidents, traffic delays and roadworks, can be relayed to drivers via variable message signs and a Caltrans mapping app. Caltrans' new AWS will help enable drivers to make better decisions when planning their journeys, ultimately helping them to avoid congested areas and drive on safer routes.

January 2017


 

 

Autonomous parking moves closer to real-world deployment in London

London's GATEway autonomous vehicle testing project is demonstrating how driverless and remote parking systems can be particularly beneficial to disabled drivers. Such systems could also one day enable parking spaces to be made much smaller as passengers will exit the vehicle at their destination of choice, rather than in a parking garage.

January 2017


 

 

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