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Speed tables have been installed in multiple locations in the city
NDOT is installing 52 ATM signs on the interstate widening project
New England Compass is a regional ATM that exemplifies interagency cooperation
The contract includes widening three miles of westbound SR-91 in the city
How road diets transform corridors to deliver improved safety and livability
The I-405 Improvements Project consists of 16 miles of reconstruction of one of the most congested corridors in the U.S.
The phased rollout of CHAMP will begin in the state’s northeast region and go on to other districts through May 2017
Ohioans will see speed limits change daily or even hourly on some roadways
The list points primarily to urban areas in need of upgrade, reconstruction or repair
The connecting bridge was deemed unsafe, and work is ongoing to determine a permanent repair strategy
Colorado launches initiative that embraces connected-vehicle technology
The department hopes to test the technology on the interstate by the end of 2017
The state would effectively require hands-free navigation and communication
The traffic app will offer the agency data on speed and congestion
The practicality of larger investment in the technology is pending the analysis of its ability to generate adequate power levels
The investment is only a portion of a 30-year $100 billion overall plan for the state
Workers will revamp the I-5 corridor in southern California north of San Diego, adding new carpool lanes, additional rail track, new bridges and pedestrian and cycling paths.
The Ypsilanti footprint makes Michigan among the most forward-thinking states on AV/CV technology development and application
The startup is financed by Ford Motor Company chairman venture fund
The agency earned both the Francois Award and the President’s Award from AASHTO