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The agency has deployed special response teams to central, south and coastal Georgia
At no cost to the city, the real-time traffic signal information systems will allow drivers to make smarter decisions
Optimizing arterial traffic signals to boost safety and reduce traveler speed
The traffic light alternative relies on V2V and DSRC technology to coordinate traffic flow
The $31 million in traffic signal upgrades will be funded through the state's Green Light-Go program
The new messaging campaign is the agency’s effort to reduce speed and boost safety, save lives
Yesterday boasted a full schedule of sessions, tech demonstrations, and chatter on the expo floor.
The first full day of the 2018 ITS America Annual Meeting in Detroit has come and gone, and with it some interesting stuff and also some undue frustration.
That technology will allow the county’s traffic control center to interact with traffic signals and cameras along local roads
Orange County, Fla., improving travel times and public safety with connected intersections
Signage goes live today on U.S. 95 near the Spaghetti Bowl
UTA buses in Salt Lake City will be equipped with systems to communicate with traffic signals
The new technology will improve traffic signals at intersections across the city
Last week, the department made $40 million in ER funds available to help restore transportation infrastructure damaged by Hurricane Maria
The North Avenue Smart Corridor Demonstration project will launch today in the city
Assistive technology lets pedestrians communicate with traffic signals and cars using smartphones in connected-vehicle environments
The agency partnered with Pace Bus Service to implement SmartRoad technology and a flex lane for transit on the Jane Addams Memorial Tollway
The lanes are going into two of the city’s busiest streets, in response to increased bike traffic and commuter demand
A number of roads and transit services are expected to remain closed until later this week