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Powered by IMS' DriveSync connected car platform with Sanef ITS road charging infrastructure WATERLOO, ON, March 4, 2015 /PRNewswire/ - Sanef ITS, the operator of intelligent
The citizens of Gothenburg, Sweden will vote soon on whether to continue the already up-and-running congestion charge.
HOUSTON, May 5 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- IBM (NYSE: IBM) and Texas Transportation Institute (TTI), the largest university-based transportation research agency in the U.S., have agreed to collaborate on research and development of intelligent transportation projects in Texas and beyond. (Logo: http://www.newscom.com/cgi-bin/prnh/20090416/IBMLOGO ) The agreement will bring together research scientists and engineers from IBM and TTI researchers, faculty and students, who will work with state...
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STOCKHOLM, Sept. 23 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- The Stockholm Congestion Charging System, created by IBM (NYSE: IBM) has significantly improved access to the Swedish capital by halving queuing times on access roads to the city in the mornings.
"Who's Writing This Stuff?" asked President & CEO Greg Cohen WASHINGTON, Feb.
Honorable Mentions Include Beijing, Istanbul, Mexico City, Milan WASHINGTON, Jan. 13 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- New York will be honored tonight as the first U.S. city to win the 5th annual Sustainable Transport Award.
London Mayor Boris Johnson admitted Thursday he has been fined for failing to pay the congestion charge when he drove into the center of the city. Johnson was on a radio call-in show when a woman accused him of forgetting his pledge to extend the period to pay the 8 pound ($12) congestion fee, The Guardian reported. Drivers must pay the fee on the day they incur it or face a 120-pound ($180) fine, which is cut in half if paid within two weeks. I absolutely did say that! said Johnson.
By Niklas Pollard STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - On an overcast winter morning, traffic heading into Stockholm on the main route from the north is heavy, but it is moving -- unlike the rush-hour gridlock typical in some metropolitan centers.
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