article

Connected cities & traffic management – Issue 2 2020

Posted: 28 May 2020 | | No comments yet

The latest supplement from Intelligent Transport on how to make transport networks within cities smarter assesses methods for building connected urban environments, and the impact that smart technologies are having on traffic management and people flow across our cities.

Cities IDF

Our NEW digital In-Depth Focus has been refreshed and updated to enhance the reader experience. The digital version has page-turning software allowing you to “flick” through the pages, and includes many other interactive features to enhance your reading experience:

  • View Page:
    Can be viewed as a single page or double page
  • Next & Back:
    Jumps through pages using forward and back buttons to navigate pages
  • Start & End:
    Progress through the magazine by skipping to the front or back pages
  • Information:
    Enables you to see key navigational features
  • Clippings:
    Allows readers to clip and extract certain parts of articles
  • Printing:
    Readers can choose to print certain pages and articles straight from our magazine
  • Bookmarking:
    Allowing readers to create bookmarks within the magazine
  • Share Pages:
    Readers can share via social channels easily
  • Search:
    Allowing readers to search for content within the digital magazine
  • Zoom: 
    Altering size of the page for viewing and efficient online reading. 

Included in this In-Depth Focus:

  • Building Lakeland’s Traffic Management Center – Angelo Rao P.E., Manager of Traffic Operations and Parking Services at the Public Works Department of the City of Lakeland, describes how the Florida city has become a “big little town” thanks in no small part to a decade of technological advancement in its transport network
  • Developing smart mobility for smart cities – Konstantin Trofimenko from the Institute of Transport Economics and Transport Policy Studies, part of Moscow’s Higher School of Economics, offers a vision of cities in which all urban transport processes are connected, transparent and digital, and also details the hurdles that have so far prevented such a vision from being achieved.

We are keen to get your feedback on our new digital version. Please send your feedback by emailing [email protected]










    To read this In-Depth Focus in full, please complete the form below. By clicking submit you confirm that you accept our terms and conditions and privacy policy.


    *

    *

    *

    *

    *

    *

    *

    *
    Send this to a friend