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While SHRP 2 Project C03 provided an “early stage” screening tool for viewing the range of wider economic impacts associated with transportation projects, it did not enable analysts to assess the roles of specific local factors that can have a dramatic impact on the actual economic impacts of individual projects.
Inspired by a SlideShare Chris Hedden, Dan Krechmer and Ron Basile created last year, The Top Five Things Planners Need to Know About Self-Driving Vehicles, Ryan Klitzsch presents this topic from the transportation safety planners and State Highway Safety Office perspective.
Some folks have suggested the introduction of self-driving cars, with their potentially significantly lower crash rates, could spell the end of the heyday of the auto-insurance industry. Digital music did it for the recording industry, will self-driving cars do it for the auto insurance industry?
As reported in the Washington Post, WMATA has adopted OneBusAway - an enterprise open source package for real-time information delivery - as its new platform for delivering real-time information to Metrobus riders. Washington DC joins New York City, Tampa, and the Seattle/Puget Sound region as the largest OneBusAway deployments in the US.