Maximum Velo-city

Posted by Econolite | July 17, 2016 | Publication

thinking-highways-na-cover-resize


Maximum velo-city

June/July 2016

“While much attention is being paid to driver safety benefits in a connected and autonomous vehicle world- the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) estimates that connected vehicle technology could reduce vehicle crashes involving non-impaired drivers 80 per cent – not much has been said about the potential safety benefits connected vehicle technology will have for bicyclists and bicycling in general.”…

Click Here to Read More (PDF)

Other News

Posted by econolitegroup | 07 November 2016
Been There. Done That. Summer 2016 "Many of us can relate to that statement -"been there, done that", but what happens when you are no loner, "there"?.. For…
Posted by econolitegroup | 13 February 2016
Trust, But Verify February 2016 "“Trust, but verify,” President Reagan’s favorite Russian proverb continues to be sound advice we all should embrace – even traffic control managers. Yet…
Posted by econolitegroup | 13 January 2016
Adaptive Signals Speed Detour Traffic During Reconstruction January/February 2016 "Planned roadway improvements prompted the use of Adaptive Signal Control around Madison - a move that has proved successful…