The latest Transport Technology Forum report into the value of connected vehicles is highlighting how technology boosts productivity, increases safety, helps revitalise high streets and reduces real-world costs.
The Department for Transport’s Chief Scientific Adviser has told the Transport Technology Forum that there has “never been a better time to be in Government from a transport and technology point of view.”
The LAMP project is being rolled out in 2020 to support local authorities as informed and intelligent clients when procuring innovative services to support sustainable and integrated, seamless intelligent mobility visions. A summary of this exciting project is now available.
Our second Transport Technology Forum took place on 11 July 2019 in Leeds.
Many thanks to those who gathered to support the ongoing development and focus of the new TTF. The event allowed the TTF to present our current projects and run two activities aimed at informing our role for the community in the future. To see the outputs from this working session and presentations are now available.
On Thursday 13 June we hosted the first technical working group sessions at The Hawthorns, the home of West Bromwich Albion FC, bringing together over 70 attendees from across local authorities and industry to focus on four themes; Signal Phase and Timing (SPAT), Smarter Parking, Connected Technologies and Data and Asset Management.