It was announced that self-driving cars could contribute £62bn to UK economy by...
US mobility platform SpotHero and parking management technology firm TIBA have teamed up to offer a service that will improve occupancy rates and help boost revenue for operators.
Germany-based Vitronic has won a contract to deliver more than 500 traffic control systems to Morocco.
People are dying on US roads, highways and interstates because irresponsible drivers speed through high-risk areas such as construction zones and school zones.
Western Australia has allocated around A$4.2bn in its budget for various road infrastructure and maintenance initiatives, UK car production nearly halved in April as manufacturers reduced operations at factories to prepare for Brexit, according to SMMT data. Roadtraffic-Technology.com wraps up the key news stories from May 2019.
The US National Association of City Transportation Officials (NACTO) has issued a set of guidelines incorporating the best practices for next-generation designs for street intersections.
Siemens Mobility has established an intelligent traffic systems office just outside Detroit in Sterling Heights, Michigan, US.
Mitsubishi Electric and HERE Technologies have piloted a hazard alert system that enables cars to automatically warn approaching vehicles with lane-level precision about upcoming potential dangers on roads.