Thinking Highways Articles
Speed demons

The experts in enforcement tell Louise Smyth that despite a change of image that has exorcised many negative views on speed cameras and some outstanding results from their deployment, there’s...

Century of self

Andy Graham wonders if the market is quite ready for self-driving cars I have been hearing a lot recently – in fact a bit too much – that self-driving cars...

Blurring the lines

Arif Rafiq wonders if there still such a thing as traditional ITS in a smart environment Amidst growing privacy concerns, location-aware smartphone apps continue to proliferate. We simply can’t get...

The year of living sustainably

Only a month to go and Bristol will be Europe’s Green Capital. The city’s bid demonstrated 40 years of environmental efforts with real progress in areas such as food, travel, energy...

Efficiency drive

Dave Miller presents a compelling economic case for Connected Vehicles. In upcoming decades, the transportation industry will need to continuously look at traffic and transportation in different, interesting ways to...

Sacred relics

To get ITS systems where they are today required a lot of effort that is worthy of recognition, but it is just as worthy to not cling too much to...

The epicenter of ITS

Craig Bryson looks at how Michigan, the host state of the 21st ITS World Congress, has played such a vital role in the progress of ITS. The Detroit area has...

A cure for congestion

Traffic jam statistics for the city of Moscow are not very encouraging, to say the least. In order to tackle its heavy traffic congestion problem, the city recently commenced development...

Architects of application

Antti Aumo explains how developing smartphone apps for the connected car has moved on to the next level. The smartphone revolution has changed people’s expectations. Consumers now rely on smartphone...

A driverless future?

So just how close are we to living in a world where we get into our car, tell it where to take us and sit back and relax while we...

Transforming the future

Christine M. Colaner reports from a quiet Michigan suburb where, almost unbeknown to the populace, the future of driving is being completely rethought and transformed. The revolution going on in...

Coming Home: Motor City welcomes the world of ITS

The future of transportation to be showcased where it all began: the ITS World Congress heads to Detroit, as Jim Barbaresso explains. From 7-11 September, for the first time in...