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intelligent transportation systems
News February 14, 2019
The Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) will install 17 miles of fiber optic cable to connect U.S. 24 between Woodland Park and I-25/Cimarron Street in Colorado Springs.    The $2.5 million fiber optic project will be part of intelligent transportation systems (ITS) in Colorado and is...
Smart pavement
News May 22, 2018
Integrated Roadways, a Kansas City technology start-up, is developing “smart pavement” technology that would not only help increase roadway safety but also serve as the Wi-Fi platform for cars and other future mobility services.   The road system uses high-resolution fiber optic sensors and other...
smart traffic signals
News May 09, 2018
Gwinnett County commissioners recently approved a four-project partnership with the Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT) to install technology which will allow Gwinnett transportation engineers to communicate with traffic signals and cameras on portions of four key corridors in the county...
Ohio DOT begins installation of fiber-optic cable along smart corridor
News June 07, 2017
The Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) began installing 35 miles of fiber-optic cable underground this week along U.S. Rte. 33 to aid in the testing of smart vehicles.   The $4.8 million project, which is to run between Dublin and East Liberty, is slated to be finished by October, and most of...
The news also comes as state transportation officials and lawmakers are collaborating on development of guidelines and legislation to govern autonomous vehicles in Pennsylvania
News June 15, 2016
A fiber optic cable running the 550-mile length of the Pennsylvania Turnpike will prepare the toll road for future data needs, including those connected with "smart" cars.   The line will be installed under a project approved this week by the state's Public-Private Partnership (P3) Board.   The...
Jackson County, Miss., gets intelligent traffic system on I-10
News April 04, 2016
The Mississippi Department of Transportation (MDOT) is installing an Intelligent Traffic System in Jackson County. The $10 million project got underway this week with crews laying fiber-optic cable along I-10.   The purpose of the system is to deliver a modern driving experience that uses smart...
News July 24, 2012
Douglas County residents are preparing to vote on a transportation referendum next week that would help improve travel conditions and incident management on I-20.   The central focus of the referendum measures would allow for the creation of a county traffic control center in the administrative...
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