Utah pilots real-time roadway-conditions tool
New software being tested by Utah's Department of Transportation will help it build toward a goal of knowing "what’s going on everywhere at all times.”
Philadelphia-area transit agency to pilot late-night on-demand trips
A new partnership between Via and the Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority will provide on-demand transit services to an underserved area.
New Jersey Transit is building a market intelligence database
NJ Transit is creating a review database of transportation-sector IT vendors that it plans to share with transit agencies nationwide.
Philadelphia pursues AI-powered pavement technologies
The city is looking for AI-powered ideas to help it improve the data it collects on roadway quality and decrease times spent on repair projects.
North Dakota's CIO wants to automate 20 percent of state government
North Dakota CIO Shawn Riley says that by boosting efficiency through the use of technology, the state is "improving lives and inspiring success."
Connecticut plans 5G connections on commuter line to NYC
Gov. Ned Lamont announced the purchase of new rail cars with antennas capable of amplifying 4G and 5G wireless signals passengers use during their commutes.
‘Way too many people’ are driving alone in Los Angeles, metro CIO says
LA Metro's Joshua Schank says his office's top priority is to encourage other modes of transit besides driving solo.
Transit Tech Lab pilots solutions for NYC's transit woes
For transit systems with shaky performance and unclear futures, the city is turning to small tech companies for a leg up.
How Smart Columbus is advancing city transportation tech
Commentary: Jordan Davis, a director at the Columbus Partnership, shares how the Ohio capital is making the most of its $570 million experiment.