Event Recap: TRB 2018 Annual Meeting in Washington D.C

TRB 2018 was an exciting, action-packed meeting with more than 5,000 presentations in nearly 800 sessions and workshops. In conjunction with this year’s theme; Transportation: Moving the Economy of the Future, we are proud to showcase to policymakers, administrators, practitioners, researchers, and representatives of government, industry, and academic institutions our latest innovations and evolution as a brand.Read more

What if…. you could find the best route for the mode of transport you prefer?

The key to minimize misrouting is a combination of real multi-modality, integration and more power to the city administration on transportation and Routing

When I name some of the following situations, I am sure, at least one of them will feel familiar:

  • Have you ever trusted a journey planner and ended up in a limited traffic zone or driving a one way street the wrong way down?
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Redefine the future of mobility with us at TRB in Washington D.C.

We invite you to join us for exclusive discussions so we can share our latest innovation. Get an inside look at the evolution of our company and visit us at the 97th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board in Washington, D.C., (7-11 January 2018). We also look forward to meeting you at our exclusive evening reception (9 January 2018) unveiling PTV Group’s next milestones.Read more

What if you could predict the unpredictable?

Vehicles stuck in traffic cost time and money and hurt the economy.

Traffic disruptions cost a fortune wasting time, fuel and carbon emissions. Due to traffic jams, the British economy, for instance, loses £9bn every year, as calculated in a recent analysis by the transport data company Inrix.Read more

What if you could grow the space of a city without building new roads?

More streets, more tracks, more bicycle lanes, more traffic lights – first and foremost, that means burning more money and wasting important time.

Stuck in traffic! Again. And all you can think of is: why on earth can’t they just widen the roads? Easy! Because more is not always better.Read more