TTF showcases near-to-market connected vehicle solutions

The Transport Technology Forum’s Connected Vehicle Working Group has undertaken the latest in its series of demonstrations of cutting-edge near-to-market solutions. A group of specially-invited senior decision makers from the Department for Transport, National Highways and Local Authorities attended a day at UTAC’s Millbrook Proving Ground.  From being guided to the event car park via […]

New bus priority leads to better journeys in Aberdeen

Aberdeen Council is reporting that almost 600,000 bus passengers a month are experiencing better journeys because of the new bus priority routes in Aberdeen city centre. Two months on from their introduction, new figures from First Aberdeen and Stagecoach suggest the bus gates are delivering measurable benefits for bus passengers across the region. The priority […]

Cruise pulls its driverless cars of Californian roads

General Motors’ driverless division Cruise has announced it is pausing operations of its driverless vehicles in San Francisco. The decision was made after California’s Department of Motor Vehicles suspended the company’s driverless permits. It follows a collision with a pedestrian in San Francisco earlier this month, after the person had been hit by a human-driven […]

ERTICO on the lookout for new recruits

The European Intelligent Transport Systems organisation ERTICO – ITS Europe is recruiting three new members of staff. They are a Partnership and Governance Officer, Project Support Manager and Project Manager. The definitions are below: Partnership and Governance Officer Are you ready to play an important role in helping our membership grow? As a Partnership & […]


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