Reducing car use is one of the most effective ways to tackle congestion, and one way to do this is by using positive incentives to stimulate the use of other transport modes, such as cycling. A study carried out by the University of Twente in the Netherlands reveals more.
The public-private partnership involved in the pan-European SOCRATES 2.0 (System of Coordinated Roadside and Automotive Services for Traffic Efficiency and Safety) project has developed a framework for the program’s joint vision, and Traffic Technology Today has an exclusive insight into the project’s aims and ambitions as it moves to develop a fully interactive traffic management system.
As roadside hardware’s advanced processing capabilities reduce the need to send large amounts of data to the cloud, Dr Subramanian Ramamoorthy, associate professor at the School of Informatics, University of Edinburgh, discusses how this could change traffic management.
Robert Buchmeier explains ZF’s modular approach to the development of autonomous driving, as exemplified by its latest test vehicle
The Smart Transportation Market is set to grow from its current industry value of more than US$41bn to over US$130bn by 2024, according to a new research report by Global Market Insights, Inc.
Ahead of Intertraffic Amsterdam, TrafficTechnologyToday.com caught up with Caspar de Jonge, ITS and smart mobility program manager at Rijkswaterstaat (the Dutch Ministry of Infrastructure and Water Management), to hear more about the Talking Traffic project
TTT speaks to Esri’s global transportation industry manager, Terry Bills, to provide some additional insight into the potential uses of GIS.
The second of a new series that provides additional insight into some of the projects, programs and stories that have appeared on the Traffic Technology Today news site in recent months.
Here, we get the inside story on connected transportation systems in an exclusive interview with Barry Einsig, global automotive and transportation executive at Cisco.
In the forthcoming 2018 edition of Tolltrans former UK transport minister, Steven Norris, and Bern Grush, founder of transportation consultants Grush Niles give their differing opinions on the prospects for per-per-mile road user charging, and public acceptance of its theories. Here we summarise their outlooks and open up the floor to you for your votes…
Traffic Technology Today caught up with autonomous transit strategist Bern Grush, at the ITS Congress in Montreal, to get his thoughts on the event so far, and his hopes and fears for the future.