Nota AI™ identified as a company with a “Passion to Win” at global event

The South Korean traffic solutions company Nota AI (Nota Inc) has been identified as a “company with a passion to win” at Continental X Born2Global Startup Open Innovation in Pangyo, South Korea. The event, co-hosted by Continental Korea and Global Digital Innovation Network, brings together start-ups and small and medium enterprises from around the world, […]

TfL sets out plans for the next stage of lowering speed limits on its roads in London

Transport for London has launched local engagement on plans to introduce 65km of new 20mph speed limits within the Royal Borough of Greenwich, Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, Lewisham, Southwark, Wandsworth, Merton, Bromley and Lambeth. It says lowering speeds is a key part of the Mayor’s Vision Zero goal to eliminate death and serious […]

Pedestrian casualties rise after Highway Code changes

New research suggests the dangers facing pedestrians has risen since changes to road user priorities, after the latest provisional Government figures show more than 16 people are killed or seriously injured on our Roads every day. Admiral Car Insurance carried out the research, and says it highlights “the lack of understanding on the different types […]

Number living near a high-quality cycle route in London doubles since 2019

Transport for London has published data from its annual Travel in London report, showing there has been a continued boom in walking and cycling in London, with levels of cycling remaining 40% higher than levels seen before the pandemic. TfL says enabling more people to walk and cycle is vital to a sustainable transport network in the capital and that it has worked closely with London’s boroughs to invest in high-quality infrastructure […]

Ford trials automatic driver alerts for pedestrians and cyclists

Engineers at Ford’s Research and Engineering Centre in Essex are testing smart driver alert technology – in the form of visual displays and warning tones – to clearly convey the location of other road users or pedestrians. In addition, they are testing the use of intuitive sounds – such as footsteps, bicycle bells and the […]


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