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22 October 2017
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Latest Companies

Kapsch TrafficCom North America - Intelligent Transportation Systems

Andes - Geodata, Route Planning, Travel Information Services, and Software with Geographical Components

Optomachines - Safe and Ergonomic Systems for Laying and Retrieving Traffic Cones

Procon Electronics - Inductive Loop Detectors and Barrier Controllers for Traffic and Parking Systems

FLIR Systems - Intelligent Transportation Systems

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Press Releases

Dynamic Road Marking / Striping Retroreflectometer with Full Lane Width Capability Evaluated to ASTM A 1710
StrAus-Zert recently evaluated the RetroTek-MU (USA Version) as a suitable Dynamic Pavement Retroreflectometer for measuring the coefficient of retroreflected luminance RL of road markings/striping according to ASTM E 1710.

ADEC Wins Three-Year TDC3 Traffic Detectors Contract in Austria
ADEC has announced that it has signed a three-year contract in Austria for more than 1,100 TDC3 traffic detectors.

Visever Opens New Factory in Villarrobledo, Spain
Our new road marking paints factory starts operating.

MSR Summer Projects 2017
Over the last few months, MSR-Traffic has received some interesting orders to implement innovative parking guidance systems. In the following you can find a small selection of very gratifying projects in four different countries:

ChipFill® Thermoplast for Road Repairs
Holes and cracks in the street become larger in winter due to rain and cold weather. Therefore it is best to repair the holes already before winter, all you need is a burner, a broom and ChipFill® thermoplast.

White Papers

IRD Successful Anomalous Tire Safety Project
IRD recently supplied multiple Electronic Screening Systems (ESS) for Oklahoma DOT....

PoliScan for Safer Roads
The revolution in traffic enforcement...

Surface Weather Measurements
The systematic collection and availability of road weather data helps to improve the efficiency of winter maintenance...

Virtual Weigh Station Data Reporting
Georgia Motor Carrier Compliance Division (MCCD), the agency responsible for weight and safety enforcement in Georgia, contacted IRD in advance of Hurricane Irma's landfall in order to see...

Road Widener Shouldering and Side Paver Attachment
The FH-R model, with lay down widths of 1ft to 4ft, can be ordered as a right- or left-side discharge unit. The right-side unit will discharge to the operator's right and the left-side unit...

Features

September’s top stories: NHAI selected Louis Berger, HE to open Manchester's smart motorway
NHAI selected Louis Berger to provide consultancy services, and Highways England planned to open the first phase of Manchester's £208m smart motorway. Roadtraffic-technology.com wraps-up the key headlines from September.

August's top stories: PORR's £45m contract, Ontario and Michigan automated tests
PORR to build Lubelska traffic hub in Poland, and Ontario and Michigan launched automated vehicle test drive. Roadtraffic-technology.com wraps-up the key headlines from August, 2017.

July’s top stories: NIB provides funding for E18 motorway, Canada to repair James Bay Road
NIB offered funds for constructing a new section of E18 motorway in Norway, while Canada invested $205m in James Bay Road repairs. Roadtraffic-technology.com wraps-up the key headlines from July 2017.

June’s top stories: Continental joins AV platform, Econolite launches traffic control software
Continental has become a development partner and system integrator of the collaboration between BMW Group, Intel and Mobileye for automated driving, and Econolite has launched its new traffic controller software, EOS. Roadtraffic-technology.com wraps-up the key headlines from June 2017.

May’s top stories: NDoT selects CH2M, TxDoT awards $625m contract
CH2M was selected by the Nevada Department of Transportation to provide environmental and preliminary design services, and TxDoT awarded contracts for the $625m Southern Gateway reconstruction and improvement project to Pegasus Link Constructors. Roadtraffic-technology.com wraps-up the key headlines from May 2017.

Projects

New Grafton Bridge, New South Wales
The construction of a new bridge over Clarence River in Grafton, New South Wales (NSW), Australia, was initiated in November 2016.

Project Neon, Las Vegas, Nevada
Project NEON includes the upgrade of a 3.7-mile (5.95km) section of the Interstate 15 (I-15) from Sahara Avenue to the Spaghetti Bowl interchange in Las Vegas, Nevada, US.

New Champ Clark Bridge, Missouri
Construction on the new Champ Clark bridge over Mississippi River linking Illinois and Missouri, US, on the US Route 54 was officially initiated in September 2017.

Storstrøm Bridge
The 3.84km Storstrøm Bridge is planned to connect Zealand and the island Falster via Masnedø. It is expected to become the third largest bridge in Denmark after the Storebælt and Øresund bridges, upon the completion of construction in 2022.

Forth Replacement Crossing Cable-Stayed Bridge
The Forth Replacement Crossing (FRC) is a new cable-stayed bridge built over the estuary Firth of Forth in Edinburgh, the capital city of Scotland.

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