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.

smart operating system
News | May 17,2018

The system will aggregate data from sources across the city so that it can be available to the public

Autonomous vehicles
News | May 14,2018

The executive order provides guidelines for researchers to follow in the testing process for autonomous vehicles

smart traffic signals
News | May 09,2018

That technology will allow the county’s traffic control center to interact with traffic signals and cameras along local roads

Self-driving car service
News | May 08,2018

A California-based tech company is partnering with local authorities in the region to bring the self-driving vehicle service to area residents

autonomous transit
News | May 07,2018

The automated vehicle service would fill a transportation gap between downtown Providence and Olneyville in Rhode Island

Self-driving vehicles
News | May 03,2018

Defense Department officials are pushing to roll out self-driving vehicles for the Army before they come to U.S. roadways

UTA connected bus service
Feature | Blaine Leonard, P.E. | May 02,2018

Utah breaks new ground with connected vehicles

Steve Novosad
Feature | Stephen Novosad and Bob Frey | May 02,2018

Vehicle-to-infrastructure is not coming soon; it’s already here

May Mobility
News | May 01,2018

Hear from three mobility leaders in Ann Arbor, Mich., about autonomous mobility technology solutions

ITS America announces task force to advance connected vehicle communications
News | April 25,2018

The task force will be spearheaded by the Colorado DOT and Toyota Motors

advanced transportation technologies
News | April 19,2018

The funding comes from a FAST Act program that works to improve the nation's transportation systems, reduce traffic congestion and increase safety

A new agreement between the University of South Florida’s Center for Urban Transportation Research and the city of Tampa will allows this new partnership to explore smart transportation projects in central Florida.
News | April 19,2018

A memorandum of understanding opens the door for the city and university to work together on smart transportation projects

Autonomous vehicle testing
News | April 17,2018

The move comes less than a month after two fatal crash incidents involved cars with autonomous features from Uber and Tesla

PennDOT unveils policy action for automated vehicle safety measures
News | April 10,2018

The multi-step action plan will go into effect immediately

New rules proposed for autonomous cars to pick up passengers in California
News | April 09,2018

This step forward for autonomous car developers is being greeted with scrutiny over safety concerns, following recent AV-related death in Arizona

Uber AV Tempe
News | March 28,2018

The decision comes a week after a self-driving Uber struck and killed a pedestrian in Arizona

Brian W. Budzynski
News | Brian W. Budzynski | March 23,2018
Uber autonomous vehicle
News | March 19,2018

This is believed to be the first known death of a pedestrian in an autonomous vehicle collision on public roads

Calif. tests first fully autonomous shuttle on state roads
News | March 07,2018

California DMV grants permission for shared autonomous vehicle testing at Bishop Ranch

Active traffic management signage debuts on U.S. 95 in Las Vegas
News | March 06,2018

Signage goes live today on U.S. 95 near the Spaghetti Bowl

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