Digital message signs will provide traffic management updates and safety advisories, directing drivers to shift lanes when crashes occur.
The purpose of the new integration is to better connect users with public transportation
The department will employ Inrix's Dangerous Slowdowns service, which warns drivers of sudden reductions in speed or stopped traffic
The testing period in the state will last until April 2018
Increased capacity, advanced tolling systems, ITS and more public transit would be a start
Check out the gas tax story in our first podcast as well as self-driving cars at Disney and a new bridge project in Maine
Sacramento and San Diego roads will be part of the two-year test program to detect wrong-way drivers
Authorities are investigating the ride-hailing company's use of "greyballing" software
Officials anticipate fortnight of lane closures as they address horrible 25+ car turnover
The city is introducing the new SCOOT system along Mercer Street between 3rd Ave W and I-5
Transit agencies will have the opportunity to apply for up to $55 million in competitive grant funds
Since drivers in the state are more at risk for traffic-related fatalities, MDT is aiming to bring the number of traffic fatalities down to zero.
A report from APTA and the Economic Development Group estimates hundreds of thousands of transit-related jobs would be at risk as a result of the Trump administration's budget cuts
A transit advocacy group is pushing for more transit growth in the city
NJDOT will reduce the number of lanes to slow traffic on the route, which is known for having many pedestrian deaths over the years
The department partnered with the landowners to install a 1,500-ft snow fence as a measure to control blowing snow and maintain traffic safety on Highway 67