Artificial Intelligence Transport Research Centre to open in China

Artificial Intelligence Transport Research Centre to open in China

Following the release of the first fleet of proof of concept vehicles in Christchurch in 2017, along with trials across NZ and Australia with other partners and technologies, HMI Technologies... continue

20 Jun 2018Local Transport Today News
Using existing assets to help improve air quality

Using existing assets to help improve air quality

Tim Daniels

Councils wanting to reduce pollution from toxic gases such as nitrogen dioxide from traffic on our roads must consider how compliance can be... continue

22 Jun 2018Local Transport Today News
What is the world’s coolest car park?

What is the world’s coolest car park?

Ten parking structures have been short listed for the 2018 World’s Coolest Car Parks competition, which seeks to celebrate creativity and... continue

20 Jun 2018Parking Review News
Passport hires Karpovich to lead mergers and acquisitions

Passport hires Karpovich to lead mergers and acquisitions

Igor Karpovich has joined Passport, a US-based mobile payments provider working in the parking and transportation industry. Karpovich has been named chief corporate development officer. Karpovich most recently served as the... continue

20 Jun 2018Parking Review News
Carmakers' use of the word ‘autonomous’ is dangerous, warns Thatcham Research

Carmakers' use of the word ‘autonomous’ is dangerous, warns Thatcham Research

Mark Moran

Use of the word “autonomous” in carmaker marketing and... continue

20 Jun 2018Parking Review News

Japan’s railways – subsidy by another name

Paul Withrington Transport-Watch Northampton NN2

John Helm, (Letters LTT 11 May), claimed that Japan’s private railways are profitable. He says they have achieved that by diversification. The companies have acquired real estate and benefited from the increased land values created by the railways. The inference is that the transport element... continue

8 Jun 2018Local Transport Today Comment
Why is the European parking sector attracting investors?

Why is the European parking sector attracting investors?

Stefania Belisario

There was a flurry of mergers and acquisitions... continue

6 Jun 2018Parking Review Features
5 Jun 2018Parking Review Features
Let’s get connected

Let’s get connected

Max Crane-Robinson

Parking is one of the cornerstones of enabling... continue

5 Jun 2018Parking Review Opinion
Parking guru Shoup edits new book

Parking guru Shoup edits new book

Donald Shoup, the US academic widely regarded as the world’s leading thinker on parking issues, is the editor of a new book... continue

2 Jun 2018Parking Review News
Smart Parking earnings increase

Smart Parking earnings increase

Australian parking technology and management company Smart Parking has reported an increase in earnings, including an... continue

1 Jun 2018Parking Review News

Park Assist adds Murray to European team

Ross Murray has joined Park Assist as a project manager, Europe, based in the United Kingdom (UK).  His background includes full-time military service in the Australian Army followed by ten years’ work in the civil, commercial, infrastructure and fit out construction sectors. Murray... continue

1 Jun 2018Parking Review News

Conduent makes Fortune 500 list

Conduent Incorporated has been recognised as a member of the Fortune 500, a ranking of America’s largest companies after just one year of operation. Companies on the list are ranked by Fortune Magazine according to their total revenue for the prior year. Conduent debuted at #466 with $6.02... continue

25 May 2018Parking Review News
The opportunity of uncertainty

The opportunity of uncertainty

Michael Oliver

Most of us played with Lego as children, but I was more likely to leave lines of toy cars... continue

25 May 2018Local Transport Today News
On CAVs and MaaS: Congestion and silver bullets

On CAVs and MaaS: Congestion and silver bullets

Luis Willumsen

CAVs and MaaS will radically change the mobility landscape of the next decade. But they are not 'easy to deploy' silver bullets. The future... continue

25 May 2018Local Transport Today News
Moving up the modelling value chain

Moving up the modelling value chain

Tom Van Vuren

Over the past few months I have seen repeated references to the image of the Gartner Analytic Value... continue

25 May 2018Local Transport Today News
Volvo Cars and Amazon offer delivery-to-car in USA

Volvo Cars and Amazon offer delivery-to-car in USA

Volvo Cars is partnering with Amazon to bring in-car delivery of packages to customers in the United States. The service is made available via a smartphone app that connects with the Volvo On Call... continue

15 May 2018Parking Review News
12 May 2018Parking Review Opinion

Conduent joins global blockchain initiative

Conduent has joined the Enterprise Ethereum Alliance (EEA), an open source blockchain initiative in order to enhance the digital services it provides the public sector and parking operators. Ethereum is a decentralised platform for applications that enables them to run exactly as programmed without... continue

11 May 2018Parking Review Products & Services
Parking associations reach transatlantic deal on parking data

Parking associations reach transatlantic deal on parking data

Mark Moran

UK, US and European parking associations have launched a... continue

8 May 2018Parking Review News
Wortley to provide airport expertise at ParkJockey

Wortley to provide airport expertise at ParkJockey

Mark Moran

Chris Wortley has joined ParkJockey, a company that seeks to maximise income for parking real estate owners. He joins as vice president for airport solutions. Wortley has long been involved in the... continue

4 May 2018Parking Review News

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