News | March 02,2016

The aim of the collaborative project is to reduce weather-related incidents involving trucks on I-80

News | January 12,2016

U.S. DOT to require V2V technology on all new cars

News | October 22,2014

Comment period reveals support from interest groups, concern from consumers

News | October 08,2014

Demonstration vehicles receive alerts on wrong-way driving, approaching emergency vehicles among others

News | October 03,2014

High-end models will feature blind-spot cameras, automatic braking and drift correction

News | September 19,2014

Experimental app regulates traffic via virtual tokens and alternate driving directions

News | August 19,2014

Left Turn Assist and Intersection Movement Assist could help drivers avoid half of these types of accidents, according to new report

News | July 15,2014

Agency hoping to kick off pilots in several regions in 2015

News | May 16,2014

BMW, Mercedes-Benz and Opel tackling different areas to develop, adapt connected-vehicle technology for urban driving

News | March 26,2014

Projected $100 million to be spent on V2V research in southeast Michigan by 2022

News | February 04,2014

Association president emphasizes further collaboration with government, automakers and high-tech industry

News | February 03,2014

Agency expected to publish results of year-long V2V pilot program in coming weeks

News | January 06,2014

Agency does submit long-awaited mandate on vehicle back-up cameras

News | September 13,2013

Former GM plant will serve as home for latest automobile technology advances

Feature | Jim Barbaresso | May 08,2013

The next game changer in traffic safety might be tested at the Model Deployment Project in Ann Arbor, Mich.

Feature | Daniel Baxter | October 03,2012

Communication is key to a universe of trafficmanagement possibilities

News | August 22,2012

Nearly 3,000 Mich. vehicles will send signals that warn of safety hazards, could help reduce crashes during year-long project

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