Greener intelligent mobilityAdvancing the research and deployment of ITS to promote a more sustainable future.
36,560 Lives lost on U.S. roads in 2018 and families shattered. Vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V), vehicle-to-infrastructure (V2I) and vehicle-to-pedestrian (V2P) communications can change that number.
Fixing America’s Surface Transportation (FAST) Act reauthorization: ITS America’s recommendations on moving people, data, and freight.
Mobility on Demand
Mobility on Demand is a vision for an integrated network of safe, carefree, and reliable transportation options that are available to all.
Reply Comments: FCC Proposal to Give Away Majority of 5.9 GHz Spectrum Will Harm Safety
ITS America calls on the FCC to heed calls from stakeholders across the transportation industry to not move forward with its plan to give away a vast majority of the spectrum used for transportation safety critical communications..
Statement from ITS America on Auto Industry's V2X Build-Out Commitment
The auto industry’s commitment to deploy millions of life-saving connected vehicle technology devices in the next five years is an important step toward a future in which we don’t lose more than 37,000 people every year on U.S. roads…
ITS America Urges Congress to Include Transportation Priorities & Funding in Future COVID-19 Response Legislation
Today, ITS America President & CEO Shailen Bhatt sent a letter to congressional leadership expressing support for their actions to minimize the impact of COVID-19 and outlining the association’s transportation priorities as it…
FCC Proposal on the Use of the 5.9 GHz Band: Reply Comment Synopsis
FCC Proposal on Use of the 5.9 GHz Band – Reply Comment Synopsis: State and city departments of transportation, safety groups, technology companies, automakers, technical experts, first responders, and many others submitted compelling arguments in support of maintaining the full 75 MHz of the 5.9 GHz Band for vehicle communications.”
ITS America’s Reply Comments to the FCC – Use of the 5.850-5.925 GHz Band
ITSA calls on the FCC to heed calls from stakeholders across the transportation industry – including the USDOT and not move forward with its plan to give away a vast majority of the spectrum used for transportation safety critical communications.
MOD Alliance and ITS America Webinar: "Automation in the Time of Coronavirus"
Now is the time to accelerate automated everything. Automated fleets can deliver supplies. Automated shared mobility can easily transport passengers without engaging another driver. And yet with a few exceptions COVID-19 has shut down most automated testing happening on American roadways. Why and how will they restart? Has the transportation paradigm flip of getting people to goods and now getting the goods to people changed how we think about the role of automation?