Technology & Mobility Leaders Join Its America To Shape the Future of Transportation

Washington – The Intelligent Transportation Society of America (ITS America) added 30 new members, representing leading organizations from across the transportation, technology, and mobility sectors. These new members represent the diversity of the industry and include public sector and private sector leaders and innovative start-ups.

New members over the last seven months include Accenture; Beep, Inc.; CITYWAY USA, Inc.; Connecticut Department of Transportation; Diablo Controls; EDJX; GenerationAV, Stantec Consulting Services, Inc.; Hayden AI Technologies; Honda; Mercer Strategic Alliance, Inc.; Milligan Partners LLC; Mobility Insight USA; Mobility Open Blockchain Initiative (MOBI); New Hampshire Department of Transportation; New Jersey Department of Transportation; NoTraffic; Ohio Department of Transportation; P3Mobility; Safe Disinfecting Inc.; SANDAG (San Diego Association of Governments); SMATS Traffic Solutions; Stadia Technical Advisors Incorporated; toXcel, LLC; Vueron Technology USA, INC; Wejo; Zuul Inc.; and individual members Sachindra Dahal and Sarah Ziane.

“As our transportation system continues to evolve from one of paved roads and concrete bridges to one that includes sensors, data, software, and algorithms, the future of transportation will be about using technology and innovation to advance mobility that is safer, greener, smarter, and provides more access and opportunity,” said ITS America President & CEO Laura Chace. “We are thrilled to welcome so many new members that are leveraging technology to create better outcomes for everyone.”

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The Intelligent Transportation Society of America advances the research and deployment of intelligent transportation technologies to save lives, improve mobility, promote sustainability, and increase efficiency and productivity. Our vision is a better future transformed by intelligent mobility: safer, greener, smarter. For more information, please visit