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POLICYSMART

Nov 28, 2019

New and improved technologies are cropping up all over the world, including in the transportation industry. The speed of innovation has been felt by city engineers, planners, and policymakers as they work hard to meet the demands of their residents.
 
How can tech's need to move fast work with the...


Nov 14, 2019

As more and more people move back into dense urban areas, demand for autonomous vehicles is inevitable. Whether you've thought about it or not, AV does affect logistics and consumer goods delivery. City planners must think quickly about how to manage this emergent technology to ensure utopian convenience doesn’t...


Oct 31, 2019

Policy actions from Capitol Hill touch local jurisdictions throughout the country, especially when it comes too funding. What kind of impact does DC have on your ability to innovate and your bottomline?

On this final INTERSECT19 edition of POLICYSMART, John Roberti, VP of Government Relations and Strategy at Cubic...


Oct 17, 2019

Once upon a time, transportation was about building roads and filling potholes. Like everything else in this world, however, it's now influenced by technology.

On this fourth INTERSECT19 edition of POLICYSMART, we speak with Greg Winfree, Director of the Texas A&M Transportation Institute (TTI) about connected vehicles...


Oct 11, 2019

We're wrapping up Day 3 of INTERSECT19 with Crissy Ditmore, Director of Strategy for Cubic Transportation Systems, and some policy talk on mobility as a service (MaaS)!

What exactly is MaaS? What does it involve and who does it serve? It's not a product...and it involves many different parties. Still don't know? Don't...