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Will AVs save the world? History says it's no sure thing

| June 12, 2019

Electric AVs will clear streets of the traffic jams and pollution and save lives, curing the ills wrought by private autos, right?

2 new national University Transportation Centers land $15M

University| June 5, 2019

The University of South Florida will focus on “Congestion Relief” and Washington State University will focus on “Improving the Durability and Extending the Life of Transportation Infrastructure."

Technology| May 16, 2019

DART announces 5-year Transit Signal Priority pilot

The $2.9 million program will reduce or eliminate unnecessary stops at signalized intersections starting in 2020.

Government Issues| July 23, 2018

74% of Americans want Congress to increase public transit investment, study finds

In addition, 80% said public transit is valuable to communities because it provides vital connections to fundamental resources.

Mobility| July 3, 2018

Autonomous vehicles will clog cities unless lawmakers step up: Study

City and state governments can intervene to encourage higher sharing of AVs and avoid a significant move away from mass transit systems.

Mobility| April 13, 2018

New study finds parking is the largest cost of driving

Average U.S. driver faced a total driving cost of $10,288 in 2017 made up of direct (i.e. maintenance, fuel) and indirect/hidden (wasted time) costs.

Technology| March 22, 2018

Siemens acquires Spanish software company

Aimsun develops software that simulates future traffic flows in the planning phase of construction projects.

Mobility| May 25, 2017

Op/Ed: This Memorial Day Weekend, Let’s Resolve to Use Tech to Make Roads Safer

AAA estimates 34.6 million people will travel by car, the highest number on the road in over a decade this holiday weekend. Unfortunately, the risk of a highway crash causing serious injury or death is still a reality.

Management & Operations| August 17, 2016

Transportation biggest issue in metro Atlanta

Of the respondents that said transportation is metro Atlanta's biggest problem, 44% said expanding public transit would be the best long term solution

Bus| May 26, 2016

Chinese company unveils 'Transit Elevated Bus'

The bus is supported by two legs that run along rails laid along the roadside. The legs allow the buses frame to glide high above the gridlock at speeds of up to approximately 37 miles per hour.

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