Technology & Mobility Leaders Join ITS America

Washington – Transportation and technology companies and start-ups, as well as state and local transportation agencies, joined the Intelligent Transportation Society of America (ITS America) over the last seven months.

Members that joined mid-April through mid-November are: Accenture; AEye, Inc; Argo AI,LLC; California Mobility Center; Cavnue; Gridmatrix; IncidentClear; Intel; King County Metro Transit; Light; Microsoft; Moove AI; Navtech Radar; New Hampshire DOT;; Optibus; Peraton; Rekor; Serve Robotics; Spoke; The Plum Catalyst; TNL USA; Washington State Transportation Commission; and student member Nagham Matout.

“With the passage of the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act and the expanded eligibilities of technology, this is our best opportunity to build a digital layer over our physical infrastructure that will help us create positive outcomes for everyone, no matter where they live,” said ITS America President & CEO Laura Chace. “This is such an exciting time for transportation, and we are thrilled to welcome an impressive and diverse group of new members as we begin to implement this new law.”


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