Daniel Firth, chief transportation strategy officer for Stockholm, Sweden, reveals some of the secrets behind his city’s successful, ALPR-enforced Congestion Tax.
By Jack Roper
Mike Tzamaloukas, Harman International Industries' connected vehicle specialist, talks exclusively to Traffic Technology Today about the challenges facing cellular solutions for V2X, and why the long wait for DSRC connectivity may soon be over – at least when it comes to vehicle-to-vehicle communications.
By Graham Heeps
As much of the transportation industry rushes to embrace a driverless vehicle future, Justin Fox takes a look at the bigger picture and asks what some of the unintended consequences could be
By Justin Fox
Traffic Technology Today caught up with Paul Trombino, outgoing director of Iowa Department of Transportation, before he concluded his role there, to talk about the legacy for the department and what the future holds.
By Tom Stone
GoGet's Justin Passaportis speaks to Traffic Technology Today about how the Australian carshare company is tackling congestion in the country’s major cities by reducing private car use and freeing up parking space.
By Tom Stone
At this week’s ITS European Congress in Glasgow (June 6-9) two submitted papers were chosen by organizers to be recognized in the Best Paper Awards. Traffic Technology Today speaks exclusively to the winners, to get the inside story on their world-leading research.
By Rachelle Harry
The majority of transportation professionals believe that the uptake of autonomous vehicles will follow a path similar to other automotive technologies, such as airbags and anti-lock brakes, and happen gradually, over a number of decades, according to the results of the latest Traffic Technology Today poll.
What happens when speed and red-light enforcement cameras are first introduced? In most major cities in the developed world it is becoming difficult to remember a time before traffic enforcement cameras of some type. And in most locations such systems were installed in a piecemeal fashion, making it difficult to assess overall effectiveness. However, in many cities in Turkey, traffic enforcement cameras are new, which gives authorities a unique opportunity to assess their overall effectiveness, as ‘before’ and ‘after’ data can be generated around large-scale deployments, as is revealed in this case study of an installation by Poltes Robot, partnering with Jenoptik.