Autonomous Heavy Buses; Forecasting the Future of Mobility

By INIT

Smart Cities will want to have control over the traffic that all modes of transportation generate. Traffic can be predicted when most of it is planned. They will also want to decide in accordance with their strategy who can enter, where and when, at what cost, and under which conditions. Intermodal Transport Control Systems (ITCS) can develop into the tool which supports them with this smart traffic management. Following the trends towards Smart Mobility and Mobility-as-a-Service (Maas), the ITCS might change its role in the future from a purely public transport operating system towards a multi-modal control system that Smart Cities may use for an integrated traffic management system. "The biggest change we will see for the future of ITCS is the way dispatchers will work with the system, and how technical solutions will replace the information about on-site situations that now quite often are still provided by the drivers."...

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