Smarter intelligent mobilityAdvancing the research and deployment of ITS to improve mobility and increase efficiency and productivity
ITS America’s COVID-19 Response Report (April 2020)
ITS America Meeting with FCC Ex-Parte on V2X Technology Deployment and Testing
ITS America Comments to Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) Notice on Automated Driving Systems (Infrastructure Needs and Impacts)
ITS America supports the AV START Act, which creates a federal framework for HAV development and deployment.
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.
Fixing America’s Surface Transportation (FAST) Act reauthorization: ITS America’s recommendations on moving people, data, and freight.
ITS America President & CEO Shailen Bhatt’s Statement on House T&I Infrastructure Framework
“Moving America and the Environment Forward,” the infrastructure framework that the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee leadership released today, represent a solid commitment to improving safety and mobility in the United States while moving toward a greener transportation system.
ITS America Launches Global Start-Up Competition
In the lead up to the 2020 ITS World Congress, the Intelligent Transportation Society of America (ITS America) is launching a global competition for start-ups designed to highlight emerging technologies and solutions that create a safer, greener, smarter mobility system. The Global Innovation competition is hosted by ITS America, ERTICO and ITS Asia-Pacific in partnership with Prospect Silicon Valley and Los Angeles Cleantech Incubator. Along with its sister organizations in Europe and Asia, ITS America will hold a regional semi-final to select two North American finalists, who will showcase their solution at the ITS World Congress in Los Angeles, October 4-8, 2020
ITS America, ERTICO and ITS Asia-Pacific Sign Memorandum of Understanding on Mobility as a Service
ITS America, ERTICO, and ITS Asia-Pacific, leading organisations in the field of intelligent mobility, signed a Memorandum of Understanding to push the rapid development of seamless, integrated transport systems and services in the three global regions.
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…
FIXING AMERICA’S SURFACE TRANSPORTATION (FAST) ACT REAUTHORIZATION: Platform and RecommendationsMoving People, Data, and Freight: Safer, Greener, Smarter.
ITS America supports a FAST Act reauthorization that recognizes the added value of integrating technology into transportation infrastructure and services and provides funding for the rapid deployment of intelligent transportation.”
Driverless Cars and AccessibilityDesigning the Future of Transportation for People with Disabilities
Fully automated vehicles, when they begin to be deployed in significant numbers, will offer the potential to usher in enormous positive changes. Anticipated benefits include lowered traffic fatalities and injuries, as well as potentially…
ITS America Letter to House Research and Technology Committee Speaks to How MOD Services Should be Accessible to All Communities
“In anticipation of the House Subcommittee on Research and Technology upcoming field hearing entitled “Smart Mobility: It’s a Community Issue,” the Intelligent Transportation Society of America (ITS America) writes to underscore how…
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?