Transportation Management

Welcome to the Transportation Management Channel, a special section that provides the user an in-depth look at the multiple aspects of traffic management — straight from sources of Roads & Bridges magazine and our Transportation Management & Engineering supplement.  Topics covered include intelligent transportation systems, traffic signals, traffic monitoring, intersection safety, traffic design software, electronic tolling and congestion pricing.

A stretch of I-95 in the Fredericksburg area of Virginia reopened Tuesday night, Jan. 4, after a winter storm left motorists stranded on the highway—…
January 05, 2022
The San Diego Association of Governments (SANDAG) Board of Directors recently voted to adopt the 2021 Regional Plan, the blueprint for transportation…
December 13, 2021
intersection analytics systems
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The City of Fremont, California will deploy intersection analytics systems on a 9-mile section of the the Fremont Boulevard Safe and Smart Corridor…
December 07, 2021
Voters in 17 states Nov. 2 approved 89% of 275 state and local ballot initiatives aimed at boosting transportation investment, according to the …
November 05, 2021
Miami-Dade County and officials with the state of Florida this week held a groundbreaking ceremony for the shared-use Ludlam Trail. "My goal from the…
October 27, 2021
Better traffic signals save time ... and can help save the planet
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In February 2021, the United States officially rejoined The Paris Agreement, an international treaty on climate change, committing to reducing…
October 25, 2021
The Chicago Department of Transportation (CDOT) announced this week that the city is undertaking the biggest bike lane expansion in its history, as a…
September 23, 2021
DriveOhio cuts ribbon on 33 Smart Mobility Corridor
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Officials this week held a ribbon cutting for the 33 Smart Mobility Corridor—which is considered to be "the world’s most connected highway"— in…
September 16, 2021
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