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COVER FEATURE: AUTONOMOUS VEHICLES


4 Doing nothing is not an option - the shift towards autonomous vehicles has to be handled expertly, says David Pickeral


8 Mike McGurrin reveals the “magic” behind self-driving cars


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16 Bern Grush and John Niles imagine a future where our roads are awash with fleets of autonomous public transit vehicles


STATE FOCUS: OHIO


26 Kevin Borras and Matt Curry report from Ohio’s Transportation Research Center where CEO Mark-Tami Hotta is gearing up for the future


TECHNOLOGY


30 Congestion, prepare yourself to take a hit


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32 CES 2017 heralded a new era for in-vehicle mapping


ITS


36 Mike McGurrin, Carolina Burnier and Greg Hatcher look back at an eventful last decade for the ITS sector


SMART CITIES


40 Bob McQueen answers the all- important question: what exactly is a smart city?


2 47 TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT


47 A short history of traffic management techniques, by Alistair Gollop


FUTURE TRANSPORTATION


52 Amid the chaos, Eric T Hill has spotted an opportunity


SMART CORRIDORS


56 Gordon Feller looks at Bolivia’s ambitious Santa Cruz Road Corridor Connector Project


COLUMNS


1 Kevin Borras wonders why autonomous vehicles are seen to be competing with electric cars


58 Mark D Johnson 60 Shelley Row 61 Richard Bishop 62 Bob McQueen


SERVICES 64 Advertisers’ Index www.thinkinghighways.com


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