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Chicago announces West Side traffic safety plan

Chicago announces West Side traffic safety plan

The West Side plan was crafted with input from residents of communities that have long suffered from disproportionate numbers of traffic crashes and injuries.

Maine municipalities make energy- and cost-savings with LED conversion

Maine municipalities make energy- and cost-savings with LED conversion

On average the projects are saving the municipalities almost 70 per cent in annual kWH hours and reducing consumption by more than 2.3 million kWh annually.

Rail needs to be bold – it starts and ends with the customer

Rail needs to be bold – it starts and ends with the customer

UK rail must focus on outcomes and building a new kind of relationship with customers, driven by data.

Who will pay for Europe's energy transition?

Who will pay for Europe's energy transition?

Transmission grid operators face billions of Euros of extra spending in the years ahead to ensure grid stability and the integration of renewable energy sources.

Is smart ticketing being held back by bespoke systems?

Is smart ticketing being held back by bespoke systems?

Research report sets out to examine some of the key challenges transit agencies are facing when it comes to providing fare collection services to riders.

People want to know the "why, how, when and what" of data use

People want to know the "why, how, when and what" of data use

A new study reveals that people generally feel positive about the internet and being connected but want to have more say in how their data is used.