In this Issue – February/March 2019

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Traffic Technology International Magazine February/March 2019

February/March 2019

The February/March issue is now available online! Packed full of news, interviews and features, including:

SMART VIEWS : Over the past few years, forward-looking agencies, such as Utah DOT, have revolutionized their asset surveys with lidar. How have they done it? What are the limitations of the technology? And could cheaper, smartphone-based survey methods be about to take over?

TECH THAT PROTECTS WORKZONES : From autonomous vehicles to advanced traffic data systems, a wealth of new technology is currently being deployed to combat the ongoing problem of workzone injuries
and fatalities.

POLLUTION ALERT! : Russia is preparing for an introduction of low emission zones en masse. But despite rising pollution levels, not everyone is convinced they are the right solution.

MATTHEW BALDWIN : The European Commission’s new coordinator for road safety, Matthew Baldwin, is passionate about reducing road deaths by means of technology and education.

 

 


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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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