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City of Hamburg and Cisco launch Smart City plans

The future prosperity of cities lies in embracing the benefits of connectivity and the City of Hamburg is sharing that vision. Building on the Internet of Everything and innovative technologies,...

City of Hamburg and Cisco launch Smart City plans

The future prosperity of cities lies in embracing the benefits of connectivity and the City of Hamburg is sharing that vision. Building on the Internet of Everything and innovative technologies,...

Green light for Highways Agency reform

Sweeping changes to the way England’s major roads are managed moved a step closer today (30 April 2014) after Transport Secretary Patrick McLoughlin approved wide-ranging reforms to the Highways Agency....

Ride-sharing apps ruled out by NSW government

Transport for NSW (New South Wales) this week made clear that the law relating to public passenger services has not changed. “The law is clear and has not changed: if...

Real-Time Bus Information System Launched in Scotland

This week South East of Scotland Transport Partnership (SEStran) launched a real time passenger information system (RTPI) that will transform the quality of bus travel within the region. BustrackerSEStran uses...

‘Talking’ cars would make traffic lights redundant

Interconnected fleets of driverless cars that "talk" to each other should some day make traffic lights redundant, says a guest an international transport conference in Auckland. Scott Belcher, president of...

Secretary Foxx sends transportation bill to Congress

U.S. Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx today unveiled a long-term transportation bill he is sending to Congress for consideration as the House and Senate face looming deadlines to avoid the economic...