Intelligent Transportation Systems ITS
Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) are fast becoming a top priority for departments of transportation. The implementation of new technology on roadways and the adaptation of existing infrastructure to V2V and V2I development is a crucial topic for all members of the transportation community. This is the TM&E portal to this segment.
The demonstrations were part of the THEA Connected Vehicle Pilot
The multi-lane track will make it the only high-speed autonomous vehicle testing facility in the southeastern U.S.
Prevention and protection of V2I infrastructure against cyberattacks
Preparatory work is presently underway
Operations and safety considerations of innovative autonomous transit vehicle systems
The shuttles will begin accepting passengers in December of this year
The U.S. ranks third overall on the autonomous vehicle readiness index
The company's fleet of 40 fully autonomous cars will drive daily on city streets, rural roads and highways in the Golden State
Company announces pedstrian simulation software, open-source library and digital twin cloud services
The agency issued a letter to Transdev North America saying usage of their driverless shuttle as a school bus is unlawful
The company's experimental “Intersection Priority Management” system is currently being demonstrated in the U.K.
Researchers at the University of Kansas School of Engineering are envisioning the future of American roadways
The public-private partnership includes the Arizona State University (ASU) Center for Smart Cities and Regions (CSCR), the Arizona Institute for Digital Progress (IDP) and the Greater Phoenix Economic Council
A landmark study into the benefits of ADAS for mass transit
How Detroit’s effort to improve traffic led to the world’s smartest intersections
A platform to evaluate connected-vehicle applications using hardware-in-the-loop simulation
This is the first joint, multi-modal guidance document for on-road surface transportation automation
The interstate is presently under massive reconstruction in the Chicago metropolitan area
Leaders from transit agencies and transportation network companies were on-hand at the APTA Annual Meeting to discuss present and future operations
At no cost to the city, the real-time traffic signal information systems will allow drivers to make smarter decisions