Topic : traffic congestion

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

Security and Safety | April 12, 2019

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

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

| April 1, 2019

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

Management & Operations| March 21, 2019

HDR to help manage Capital Metro's proposed transformation

The agency's vision includes short-term enhancements to existing infrastructure, as well as traditional modes of mass transit.

March 17, 2019

How congestion pricing, MaaS, and new transit policies will benefit all

By working in tandem, these elements will result in better public transportation infrastructure, more egalitarian access to transit options, affordable or free services, and a healthier environment.

Management & Operations| July 24, 2018

PennDOT launches online resource for transportation innovations

Includes info on how all levels of government can work with PennDOT to implement innovations in their municipalities.

May 23, 2018

How to Ensure New Mobility Services Make City Life Better, Not Worse

A recent headline in the Chicago Tribune read: “Driverless cars may make traffic worse, not better.”

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.

Management & Operations| February 6, 2018

L.A. is world's most gridlocked city, new report says

L.A. drivers spent 102 peak hours in congestion in 2017, followed by Moscow (91 hours), New York (91 hours), San Francisco (79 hours) and Bogota (75 hours).

January 23, 2018

How IoT Will Transform Transportation in 2018 and Beyond

The Internet of Things and evolution of smart cities means that transportation is primed to undergo some rapid and disruptive changes in the near future.

October 31, 2017

Autonomous shuttles could end commuting woes

Public transit options haven't provided commuters with enough first-mile/last-mile solutions, but a driverless shuttle could be what wins drivers over.

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