Transportation Management

Welcome to the Transportation Management Channel, a special section that provides the user an in-depth look at the multiple aspects of traffic management — straight from sources of Roads & Bridges magazine and our Transportation Management & Engineering supplement.  Topics covered include intelligent transportation systems, traffic signals, traffic monitoring, intersection safety, traffic design software, electronic tolling and congestion pricing.

The Bay Area Council in San Francisco is forming a new coalition of transportation companies focused on expanding a wide range of programs, services…
November 08, 2019
The Illinois DOT (IDOT) recently announced that Illinois is receiving federal funds to boost infrastructure for alternative fuel vehicles on I-80.…
November 04, 2019
U.S. DOT Secretary Elaine Chao
Photo: U.S. DOT
U.S. Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao announced at a summit in Washington D.C. several efforts by the U.S. DOT to improve mobility, among them a…
October 30, 2019
District of Columbia looks to cap scooter company penetration
https://ddot.dc.gov/page/dockless-vehicles-district
Washington D.C. transportation officials have opened a public comment period for proposed changes to the city’s permitting of electric scooter…
October 01, 2019
Roads are the principal part of any global transportation network and thus an essential part of a modern economy. An up-to-date and complete…
September 24, 2019
WalletHub best worst cities for driving 2019
Map of best and worst cities for driving, ranked for 2019. Image: WalletHub
A recent study conducted by the personal finance website WalletHub ranks the best and worst cities to drive in the U.S. To determine the most driver-…
September 04, 2019
TTI Urban Mobility Report on traffic congestion
Image: 2019 Urban Mobility Report from Texas A&M Transportation Institute
New research published by the Texas A&M Transportation Institute (TTI) outlines the growing problem of traffic congestion on U.S. highways. TTI's…
August 23, 2019
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