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Traffic Technology International Magazine August/September 2016

August/September 2016

The August/September 2016 issue is now available online! Packed full of news, interviews and features, including:

ROAD USER CHARGING : When vehicles become so fuel efficient that gas tax revenues dry up, charging road users per mile driven seems the most appropriate solution. Saul Wordsworth finds that, in Australia, a new pilot project is not only testing the technology necessary, but is now looking more deeply than ever at public attitudes to such schemes

ITS WORLD CONGRESS PREVIEW : The 23rd ITS World Congress is taking place from October 10-14, 2016, in Melbourne, Australia – the first event of its kind in the country since Sydney in 2001. Here we look at what has changed in transportation since then and outline the show’s most anticipated highlights

POWER ANYWHERE : What is the ideal battery type for uninterruptible power supply? And will renewable energy sources one day take transportation infrastructure off grid? David W Smith investigates

 

 


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Tom has edited Traffic Technology International magazine and the Traffic Technology Today website since he joined the company in May 2014. Prior to this he worked on some of the UK's leading consumer magazine titles including Men's Health and Glamour, beginning his career in journalism in 1997 after graduating with a law degree from the London School of Economics (LSE).

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