A better future transformed by intelligent mobility.

Safer. Greener. Smarter.

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.

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's Blueprint for a Safer, Greener, Smarter Transportation System


    Fact Sheet ITS America Tech Blueprint

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  • Former T&I Staffer to Join ITS America

    Longtime DeFazio Aide Matt Leasure will Direct Legislative Policy Efforts

    WASHINGTON – The Intelligent Transportation Society of America (ITS America) today announced Matt Leasure, formerly with the House Transportation & Infrastructure (T&I) Committee, will join ITS America as Vice President of Public…

  • ITSA, AASHTO Reiterate Full 5.9GHz Band Needed to Reduce Crashes

     WASHINGTON – In oral arguments today in the D.C. Circuit Court, the Intelligent Transportation Society of America (ITS America) and the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO) reiterated that…

  • Statement of ITS America President & CEO Laura Chace on House Passage of Budget Reconciliation

    In passing the budget reconciliation package, the House of Representatives has taken an important step toward a more sustainable transportation system as well as helping provide more equity and access to people in communities across the country.

  • Statement of ITS America President and CEO Laura Chace on House Passage of IIJA

    With today’s passage of the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA), the House of Representatives set the stage for transforming the U.S. transportation system.

  • MobilityXX Launches Major Push for More Women in Transportation

    #10in10 Effort to Increase Women by 10 Percent in 10 Years Kicks Off Today

    WASHINGTON – MobilityXX, a partnership of the Intelligent Transportation Society of America (ITS America), The Ray, and WTS International, today launched a campaign to increase the number of women from all backgrounds in the transportation workforce by 10% over the next 10 years.

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  • National Roadway Safety Strategy – ITS America Response

    The U.S. Department of Transportation (USDOT) released its National Roadway Safety Strategy (NRSS) in January 2022, adopting a Safe System Approach and describing major actions USDOT will take to meaningfully improve transportation safety in five key categories – safer people, safer roads, safer vehicles, safer speeds, and post-crash care.

  • ITS America Comments Regarding USDOT’s Non-traditional and Emerging Technology Council (NETT)

    As the nation’s leading advocate for the technological modernization of our transportation system by focusing on advancing research and deployment of intelligent transportation technology, the Intelligent Transportation Society of America (ITS America) is grateful for the opportunity to comment on the U.S. Department of Transportation’s (USDOT) Non-Traditional and Emerging Transportation Technology (NETT) Council Request for Comment.

  • Multi-Association Letter to US Congress on Automated Vehicles (AVs)

    On March 31, 2022, this letter signed by a diverse group of trade associations was sent to  Speaker Pelosi, Minority Leader McCarthy, Majority Leader Schumer, and Minority Leader McConnell of the United States Congress.

  • The Future of V2X

    ITS America is currently seeking to further develop and refine the 30 MHz Application Map, including by revising the original prioritization survey to solicit additional feedback and incorporate a broader range of V2X stakeholders.

  • Mobility on Demand Practitioner Survey | Fall 2021

    The Transportation Sustainability Research Center (TSRC) at the University of California, Berkeley is pleased to present the results of the Mobility on Demand (MOD) State of the Industry Practitioner Census.