Over 1,100 transportation experts have cast their votes in the 2015 Tolltrans poll – and 65% have come out in favor of the controversial concept of interstate tolling in the USA.
Academics Brian Ceccarelli and Joseph Shovlin of North Carolina’s Research Triangle, have conducted extensive studies into yellow change interval formulas. Here, in an update to their 2013 Traffic Technology International feature on the subject, they join forces with personal injury lawyer D Hardison Wood to look at how autonomous vehicles will affect traffic signal timings… and how they could finally force authorities to curb unfair practices.
In the 2015 edition of Tolltrans two industry heavyweights fought it out for the right to toll the interstates in the USA. The results of the poll are in!
A new academic study by economists at the University of Lancaster has found that the number of road accidents the UK capital have dropped by 40% since London started its congestion charging scheme in 2003. Traffic Technology Today recently caught up with Paul Cowperthwaite, the general manager of road-user charging at TfL, to ask about the role of ALPR in the innovative system
Traffic Technology Today speaks to Ralph Black, president and CEO of NEI, to discover the thinking behind his energy harvesting project, and find out if drivers really have anything to worry about…
In an exclusive preview of our 20th Anniversary special we’re proud to present our full conversation with Queensland University’s professor of transport Phil Charles, looking ahead to the path for ITS over the next 20 years.
Arno Klamminger, vice president and Wolfgang Fleischer, responsible for portfolio management and international coordination in Kapsch’s ETC Business Unit, looks at how technological and legislative convergence could result in more holistic enforcement strategies with some surprising new partners
Although perhaps not as influential as the seatbelt, the airbag’s contribution to vehicle safety is…