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.

human operator in AV
News | August 16,2018

Human operators will still exert significant control and will be able to change their vehicle’s AV level dynamically in foreseeable future

First U.S. made autonomous electric vehicle on the road near Quebec, Canada
News | August 10,2018

The shuttle will operate a 2-km route with access to the city hall and other destinations

self-driving car tests
News | August 08,2018

In some situations, the self-driving cars would crash in response to an obstacle if the driver did not take over.

autonomous vehicles
News | August 08,2018

Some displacement of passenger car-based driving jobs could occur, mainly among taxicab drivers, according to researchers

Smart Belt Coalition
Feature | Brian Newbacher, Rosanne Placey and Jeff Cranson | August 07,2018

Michigan, Ohio and Pennsylvania advance the Smart Belt Coalition to collaborate on self-driving and connected vehicle initiatives

WSDOT traffic management centers
Feature | Roger Millar, P.E., AICP | August 07,2018

Resilient, safe, smart and sustainable infrastructure is necessary and within reach; Washington State is taking the initiative for the future of mobility

wrong-way detection system
News | August 02,2018

The system turns on red lights in nearby entrance ramp meters for right-way traffic when a wrong-way vehicle is detected

smart road extension
News | August 01,2018

The $215 million plan would more than double the length of the existing 2.2-mile two-lane highway

Uber self-driving trucks
News | July 31,2018

The company launched its self-driving trucks program after acquiring autonomous trucking startup Otto in August 2016

I-70 Mountain Corridor CDOT V2X
News | July 27,2018

The department is partnering with Panasonic to bring V2X technology to the I-70 Mountain Corridor

Bosch road condition alert service
News | July 27,2018

The service will rely on weather forecast data and information uploaded by self-driving vehicles

autonomous vehicles
News | July 24,2018

The fleet has doubled its mileage in just eight months

smart corridor
News | July 20,2018

ITS installation and other improvements will be done over the next 12 years on the corridor

Autonomous vehicle research
News | July 17,2018

Much of the research will be done in partnership with government agencies and private-sector companies

autonomous shuttle
News | July 06,2018

The timeline is to have the shuttles tested without passengers toward the end of 2018

Infrastructure and its need for upgrade are the theme at a recent California technology summit
News | Larry Trojak | June 29,2018

Infrastructure and its need for upgrade are the theme at a recent California technology summit

Smart pavement
News | June 28,2018

The technology can notify first responders when a car runs off the road

traffic control network
News | June 28,2018

More than 1,500 cabinets are expected to be deployed for the city's traffic network

autonomous vehicles
News | June 19,2018

The city's updated planning document tasks its partners to develop and deploy autonomous mobility options

autonomous and connected technologies
News | June 15,2018

The communities are getting funding from Georgia Tech researchers for connected and autonomous vehicle technology projects

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