Topic : traffic congestion

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2019's cities with the best and worst public transportation

Management & Operations| September 10, 2019

Ranks 100 U.S. cities across three key dimensions: Accessibility & Convenience; Safety & Reliability and; Public Transit Resources.

What London can teach the U.S. about curbing congestion

| August 21, 2019

As the population continues to rise, major cities are turning to mobility solutions such as congestion pricing to alleviate the number of cars on roadways. 

Management & Operations| August 9, 2019

New report encourages cities to consider congestion pricing

This road-user charge system uses a flat or variable rate fee to charge vehicles that drive in a specified area or zone within a city.

Technology| July 8, 2019

Calif. city launches new 'smart' signal priority system for mass transit

Reduces traffic signal delays, and uses AI to anticipate users’ arrivals at signalized intersections and then request priority.

Mobility| June 10, 2019

Despite alt. transit options, U.S. drivers spend 12% more time in cars

Walking, biking, riding a train or subway, and using a taxi or ride sharing service showed a downward trend.

Mobility| May 14, 2019

Massport plan mitigates airport congestion by tweaking TNC operation

Board voted to reduce certain fees and add incentives to Logan International Airport's Express service to help boost ridership.

How European cities are providing surface transport to airports

The priority for interconnection by rail is a particular public policy focus as this encourages alternative means of access to airports versus private car travel.

Management & Operations| April 25, 2019

NYC has longest commute time via car and transit, study says

At just 26 minutes, San Diego was named as the U.S. city with the shortest average commute time.

Security and Safety | April 12, 2019

RTC of Southern Nevada showcases 'work zone of the future' tech

Demo included traffic cones, barrels, arrow boards, construction, and inspection vehicles — all outfitted with new tech that can communicate with passing vehicles and traffic engineers

April 1, 2019

Why freedom of mobility is at the center of dealing with the climate crisis

The single biggest driver of change in transportation in the coming years will undoubtedly be the impending climate catastrophe.

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