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  1. New ARC Research Indicates That Smart Traffic Management System Market Is Poised For Strong Growth

    NewARC Advisory Group research on Smart Traffic Management systems reveals that this dynamic market is poised for strong growth over the five-year forecast period

  2. Iteris Awarded $3.2M Contract For Tampa Regional Traffic Management Center

    Iteris, Inc., the global leader in applied informatics for transportation and agriculture, recently announced that it has been awarded a $3.2M sub-contract agreement to provide operations services and staff to the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) District 7 regional traffic management center (RTMC) in Tampa, Florida, representing an expansion of Iteris’ operations services business in a key geographic market.

  3. Five Important Things To Consider Before Selecting A Civil Engineering Partner

    Now that the temperatures are starting to rise, businesses all over Utah and the Western U.S. are breaking ground on new civil engineering projects. McNeil Engineering, a Sandy, Utah-based engineering firm, is taking this time to remind business owners that scams abound, so it's important to ask any potential civil engineering partner these five simple questions.

  4. Trafficware Delivers Smart Signal Controller

    After more than a year in research and development, customer focus groups, and input from renown industrial design teams, Trafficware debuts its Smart City ready, Advanced Traffic Controller (ATC), branded COMMANDER, at this year’s 2018 Intelligent Transportation Society of America’s Annual Meeting. Demonstrations will be available in Booth 310.

  5. West Coast Fleets Deploy XL Hybrid Electric Technology To Save Fuel, Reduce Emissions

    XL, the leader in connected vehicle electrification solutions for commercial and municipal fleets, recently announced it is upfitting a combined 38 hybrid and plug-in hybrid electric trucks and vans for the City of Seattle, Los Angeles County and the City of Long Beach to improve fleet efficiency, increase MPG and reduce CO2 emissions.

  6. $1.3M Shor Park Improvement Project Groundbreaking Held Today

    Ground was broken today at Shor Park, signifying that the Clermont County Park District’s $1.3 million improvement project is underway. The 56-acre park is at 4659 Tealtown Road in Milford, east of Cincinnati.

  7. Ruckus Networks Launches New Specialty Wi-Fi Access Points For Smart Cities, Stadiums And Public Transportation

    Ruckus Networks, an ARRIS company, today announced the availability of two new 802.11ac Wave 2 access points (APs) designed to provide Wi-Fi coverage in space-constrained sites and in hard-to-reach areas.

  8. SRP, AES Launch Arizona’s First Standalone Energy Storage Project To Provide Flexible Peaking Capacity

    Salt River Project (“SRP”) recently announced contract execution and the start of construction with The AES Corporation (“AES”) for SRP’s first standalone battery-based energy storage project.

  9. Bureau Of Reclamation Announces Path Forward For Expanded Operational Capacity At Fontenelle Reservoir

    On May 24, Bureau of Reclamation Commissioner Brenda Burman, together with Wyoming Governor Matthew H. Mead, Senators John Barrasso and Mike Enzi, and Representative Liz Cheney, announced collaborative plans to expand operational capacity at Fontenelle Reservoir.

  10. MJM Innovations Awarded MTA’s Call-A-Ride Service Contract

    MJM Innovations, a Baltimore, MD-based leading transportation management and software development technology firm, has been awarded a three (3) year contract with two (2) one-year renewal options from one of the nation’s largest multi-modal transit systems, the Maryland Transit Administration (MTA).