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Weekly Round Up
30 September 2016
Latest Companies

Snowek - Sweepers and Snow Plow Attachments for Loaders, Trucks and Tractors

Neural Labs - ANPR and Container ID Recognition Software

DELTA - Retroreflectometers for Road Traffic Safety

ViaTech - Continuous Road Friction Measuring Equipment

Helecta - LED Street Lighting for Public and Industrial Locations

Press Releases

DELTA Launches LTL-X Mark II Retroreflectometer for Road Markings
DELTA has launched the LTL-X Mark II for measuring nighttime visibility of pavement markings. LTL-X Mark II is replacing the well-known LTL-X, the most sold hand-held retroreflectometer in USA since its launch 13 years ago and widely used in other parts of the world.

IRD Exhibiting at the TAC Annual Conference from 25-28 September
International Road Dynamics (IRD) will be exhibiting at the 2016 Transportation Association of Canada (TAC) Conference & Exhibition from 25 to 28 September in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. IRD will be featuring several new applications for weigh-in-motion sensors and the VectorSense™ Tire Sensor Suite at TAC.

Kapsch TrafficCom Prolongs Operation of Traffic Management Centre Kansas City Scout
Kapsch TrafficCom (Kapsch), announced today that the Missouri Highway and Transportation Commission and the Kansas Department of Transportation have jointly selected Kapsch to continue providing staff, consulting, and operational support to the Kansas and Missouri bi-state traffic management system known as Kansas City Scout.

DELTA Launches RetroSign GRX Retroreflectometer
DELTA is launching RetroSign GRX retroreflectometer for measuring road traffic signs and other high-reflecting traffic safety items.

FLIR Systems Press Conference at Innotrans 2016
Please join us for our press conference about the launch of FLIR's new intelligent sensor for fire detection on rail coaches.

White Papers

Efficient Solutions for Traffic Systems
The wide range of rugged and innovative products combined with a worldwide service and sales structure has made SICK a market and technology leader in many fields of data acquisition in...

IAB - Your Partner for Steel Constructions
This free white paper contains detailed information about IAB's business segments, its portfolio of steel and welded structures, and company...

Use of BWIM Data for Bridge Assessment
The object of this paper will be to describe the way from Bridge-Weigh-In-Motion (BWIM) data to the assessment of bridge structures under the consideration of the real traffic loading....

Tailor-Made Measuring Equipment for Road Surfaces
ViaTech is a Norwegian company with a comprehensive range of tailor-made products to measure different characteristics of pavement...

VPAR Automatic Number Plate Recognition Server
VPAR SERVER©, an automatic number plate recognition server, is the evolution of the license plate recognition VPAR...

Features

August's top stories: Indra and SICE's PPP in Algeria, road improvement scheme in North Lincolnshire
Indra and SICE become part of a public-private partnership that will execute various traffic management projects in Algeria, and a road improvement scheme worth £13.3m in North Lincolnshire has secured approval. Roadtraffic-technology.com wraps up the key headlines from August 2016.

July's top stories: Turkey’s Osman Gazi Bridge opens, Indra develops world's largest toll system
Turkey’s Osman Gazi Bridge has been opened to the public, Spanish infrastructure company Indra has developed the world's largest toll system, and US Army and MDOT jointly tested the connected vehicle application. Roadtraffic-technology.com wraps up the key headlines from July 2016.

June's top stories: New York to pilot two technologies, HE installs new video wall
New York's Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) will pilot two new technologies later this year, and Highways England deployed a new dynamic display system (DDS) at the East Regional Control Centre. Roadtraffic-technology.com wraps up the key headlines from June 2016.

May's top stories: FHWA sponsors research project, HERE Traffic improves estimated time of arrival
FHWA has sponsored a new research project for improving pedestrian safety at uncontrolled crosswalks, and HERE Traffic has improved its estimated time of arrival with Telogis Navigation and Telogis Route planning software releases. Roadtraffic-technology.com wraps up the key headlines from May 2016.

April's top stories: India to invest $3.7bn, Ohio to invest $2.1bn
India to invest $3.7bn on building highways, and Ohio to invest $2.1bn on road transportation. Roadtraffic-technology.com wraps up the key headlines from April 2016.

Projects

The 35Express Project, Denton / Dallas, Texas
The 35Express project is being undertaken to improve and widen a 48.2km stretch of the Interstate 35E (I-35E) highway, which spans eight cities and two counties, from US Route 380 (US 380) in Denton County to I-635 in Dallas County in Texas, US.

I-75 Downtown Dayton Sub Corridor Project, Dayton County, Ohio
The downtown Dayton sub-corridor project includes widening and reconstruction of the Interstate-75 (I-75) highway between Keowee Street and Edwin C Moses Boulevord in Dayton, Ohio, US. Initiated in November 2007, the project is estimated to cost $382m.

A9 Dualling Project
The A9 Dualling project involves the conversion of the existing single carriageway sections of the A9 Trunk Road into double carriageways. The project is being developed by Transport Scotland as part of the Scottish Government's Infrastructure and Investment Plan (IIP), which has earmarked £60bn ($78.2bn) for infrastructure projects through 2030.

Gerald Desmond Bridge Replacement Project, California
The Gerald Desmond Bridge is in Long Beach, Los Angeles, California, US. The bridge replacement project aims to replace the existing bridge with a new one.

Regina Bypass Freeway Project, Saskatchewan
The biggest infrastructure project in Saskatchewan Province's history, the Regina Bypass Freeway Project is being implemented to divert heavy goods vehicle traffic around the city, reduce congestion on the city's main arteries, improve safety, and meet the needs of the growing commuter traffic.


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