A better future transformed by transportation technology and innovation.

Safer. Greener. Smarter. For All.

Safer.

Safety can no longer take a backseat to other priorities. The Intelligent Transportation Society of America is working to ensure no one will die on U.S. roadways.

Greener.

We strive to reduce congestion, emissions and other negative outcomes from the transportation sector, reclaiming lost time and reducing negative health effects to help us achieve a cleaner transportation system.

Smarter. For All.

All transportation users should have 100% access to the system, which will open the doors to economic opportunity and necessary social services.

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  • ITS America 2023 – 2026 Strategic Plan Summary


    Fact Sheet 2026 ITS America Strategic Plan

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  • The Intelligent Transportation Society of America Releases ITS Use Case Library 

    New “ITS Technology Use Case Library” will provide highlights of projects across the country enabling safer, greener, smarter…

  • The Intelligent Transportation Society of America Announces New Officers and Board of Director Members

    The Intelligent Transportation Society of America’s (ITS America) Board of Directors met earlier today and certified the election of new officers and welcomed a mix of ten new and returning directors to its membership. The ITS America Board is made up of public and private leaders in the intelligent transportation industry, who set policy and direct strategies for the association.

  • ITS America Releases Two New Resources: Consolidated National Automated Vehicle Database and State-By-State Analysis of Autonomous Trucking

    Today, the Intelligent Transportation Society of America (ITS America) released two resources that will help consolidate information on advances in autonomous and automated vehicles (AV) that were previously unavailable.

  • ITS America and Cambridge Consultants Announce National Digital Infrastructure Strategy Report

    USDOT should harness advances in digital technology to develop a safer, more sustainable and equitable transportation framework

    ITS America, the leading advocate for the digital transformation of transportation, and Cambridge Consultants, which specializes in delivering breakthrough innovation for clients worldwide, announce the release of a national digital infrastructure strategy report to explore the future of transportation in the United States.

  • ITS America and its Partners Kick Off Digital Infrastructure Week

    Washington, DC – Today, ITS America along with its members and partners kicked off Digital Infrastructure Week as a part of the Infrastructure Week event.

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  • V2X Decoded Frequently Asked Questions

    Vehicle-to-everything (V2X) technologies represent proven tools to improve safety, efficiency, and mobility on our nation’s roadways. Still, a lack of clarity exists within the transportation community about a variety of terms and…

  • The Impact of AI on Transportation and Mobility

    This report is a collaboration between the Intelligent Transportation Society of America (ITS America) and Cambridge Consultants. It explores how artificial intelligence (AI) can fundamentally change the capabilities of the American…

  • Maas/MOD Platforms: Driving Transportation System Sustainability, Accessibility, and Efficiency.

    An overview of MaaS/MOD opportunities by ITS America’s Universal Basic Mobility Working…

  • TRB Forum with ITS America – AI in AVs

  • Addressing the Patchwork: A State-by-State Analysis for Autonomous Trucking in the United States

    ITS America and Association for Uncrewed Vehicle Systems International (AUVSI) workgroups have developed this report on the current landscape of State policies and regulations impacting the deployment of autonomous trucks and convoys to identify potential barriers and inconsistencies resulting from a “patchwork approach” of policies across the country.

    ITS America and Association for Uncrewed Vehicle Systems International (AUVSI) workgroups have developed this report on the current landscape of State policies and regulations impacting the deployment of autonomous trucks and convoys to identify potential barriers and inconsistencies resulting from a “patchwork approach” of policies across the country.