MnDOT AV tests for winter weather
Feature | Sue Mulvihill, P.E., and Michael Kronzer | May 08,2019

This feature published as "Preparing for anything" in Spring 2019 issue of Traffic & Transit

V2X cybersecurity
Feature | Yiheng Feng, Ph.D. | May 08,2019

This feature published as bonus content originally titled "Can it be made impenetrable?" in Spring 2019 issue of Traffic & Transit

Nathan Smith Final Say
Feature | Nathan Smith | May 08,2019

This Final Say column published as "We’re all in this together" in Spring 2019 issue of Traffic & Transit

autonomous tech program for buses
News | May 07,2019

This program includes development and deployment of ADAS and AV technology

Amtrak rail service
News | May 07,2019

The rail service operator is celebrating 48 years of operations

UAS drone technology
News | May 06,2019

Investments to support beyond visual line of sight operations, LiDAR technology

News | May 03,2019

Plus, Acrow Bridge celebrates shipment of structures to the road development agency in Zambia

wrong-way vehicle incident detection systems
News | May 01,2019

Connecticut DOT is planning to adopt similar technology that has been used in Rhode Island

artificial intelligence mobility solutions
News | April 30,2019

A recent yearlong crash prevention pilot program using AI resulted in a 17% reduction of crashes along a stretch of I-15 in Las Vegas

future of public transportation
News | April 29,2019

The "5 Big Moves" plan includes strategic initiatives to use and build on evolving technology and add to existing infrastructure

OneNYC Better Buses Action Plan
News | April 29,2019

The new package lays out how NYCDOT will implement the Bus Action Plan with the goal of increasing bus speeds 25% by 2020

Caltrans work-zone safety initiative
News | April 25,2019

Caltrans Director Laurie Berman is implementing three new safety initiatives to end work-zone fatalities in the state

transit system funding; electric buses
News | April 24,2019

About $14 million from the settlement with Volkswagen will be awarded to six transit agencies across the state

Brooklyn Queens Connector New York City
Exclusive Feature | Adam Giambrone | April 23,2019

The case for the Brooklyn-Queens Connector (BQX)

U.S. DOT grant funding opportunities
News | April 22,2019

The agency announced $900 million was made available from the Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2019

Maine DOT real-time traffic signage
News | April 18,2019

The signs will share traffic information based on data collected anonymously from mobile devices along the two interstates

public transit; public transportation ridership
News | April 17,2019

Americans took 9.9 billion trips on public transportation last year, according to the report

autonomous driving
News | April 17,2019

The new legislation would establish regulations on operation, insurance and liability for driverless cars

bike-sharing services
News | April 16,2019

The company has received a few reports from riders experiencing stronger than expected braking force on the electric bikes

automated vehicles; light-duty autonomous delivery trucks
News | April 15,2019

Under the proposed regulations, companies can test autonomous delivery vehicles weighing less than 10,001 lb

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