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May
7

Global Automotive Torque Vectoring Systems Market Segment Outlook, Market Assessment, Competition Scenario, Trends and Forecast 2020-2029

Global Automotive Torque Vectoring Systems Market is estimated to be valued US$ XX.X million in 2019. The report on Automotive Torque Vectoring Systems Market provides qualitative as well as quantitative analysis in terms of market dynamics, competition scenarios, opportunity analysis, market growth, etc. for the forecast year up to 2029. The global automotive torque vectoring systems market is segmented on the basis of type, application, and geography.

In 2019, the North America market is valued US$ XX.X million and the market share is estimated X.X%, and it is expected to be US$ XX.X million and X.X% in 2029, with a CAGR X.X% from 2020 to 2029.

Global Automotive Torque Vectoring Systems Market

By type, the market is segmented into Active Torque Vectoring System (ATVS), and Passive Torque Vectoring System (PTVS). By application, the market is divided into Commercial Cars, and Passenger Cars.

Based on geography, the market is analyzed across North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Latin America, and Middle East and Africa. Major players profiled in the report include Borg Warner, JTEKT, GKN, ZF, Rimac, Mitsubishi, Ricardo, The Timken Company, Prodrive, and Ford.

Key Market Segments

Type

  • Active Torque Vectoring System (ATVS)
  • Passive Torque Vectoring System (PTVS)

Application

  • Commercial Cars
  • Passenger Cars

Key Market Players included in the report:

  • Borg Warner
  • JTEKT
  • GKN
  • ZF
  • Rimac
  • Mitsubishi
  • Ricardo
  • The Timken Company
  • Prodrive
  • Ford

Reasons to Get this Report:

In an insight outlook, this research report has dedicated to several quantities of analysis – industry research (global industry trends) and Automotive Torque Vectoring Systems Market share analysis of high players, along with company profiles, and which collectively include about the fundamental opinions regarding the market landscape; emerging and high-growth sections of Automotive Torque Vectoring Systems Market; high-growth regions; and market drivers, restraints, and also market chances.

The analysis covers Automotive Torque Vectoring Systems Market and its advancements across different industry verticals as well as regions. It targets estimating the current market size and growth potential of the global Automotive Torque Vectoring Systems Market across sections such as also application and representatives.

Additionally, the analysis also has a comprehensive review of the crucial players on the Automotive Torque Vectoring Systems Market together side their company profiles, SWOT analysis, latest advancements, and business plans.


The analysis objectives of the report are:

  • To equitably share in-depth info regarding the crucial elements impacting the increase of industry (growth capacity, chances, drivers, and industry-specific challenges and risks).
  • To know the Automotive Torque Vectoring Systems Market by pinpointing its many subsegments.
  • To profile the important players and analyze their growth plans.
  • To endeavor the amount and value of Automotive Torque Vectoring Systems sub-markets, depending on key regions (various vital states).
  • To analyze Automotive Torque Vectoring Systems Market concerning growth trends, prospects, and also their participation in the entire sector.
  • To examine and study the Automotive Torque Vectoring Systems Market size (volume & value) from the company, essential regions/countries, products, and application, background information from 2013 to 2018, and also prediction to 2029.
  • Primary worldwide Automotive Torque Vectoring Systems Market
May
3

Transportation Vehicle, Equipment & Systems Inspectors at My Next Move

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What they do:

Inspect and monitor transportation equipment, vehicles, or systems to ensure compliance with regulations and safety standards.

On the job, you would:

  • Inspect vehicles or other equipment for evidence of abuse, damage, or mechanical malfunction.
  • Inspect vehicles or equipment to ensure compliance with rules, standards, or regulations.
  • Inspect repairs to transportation vehicles or equipment to ensure that repair work was performed properly.

Knowledge

Engineering and Technology

Transportation

  • movement of people or goods by air, rail, sea, or road

Arts and Humanities

Safety and Government

  • public safety and security

Skills

Basic Skills

  • listening to others, not interrupting, and asking good questions
  • reading work related information

Problem Solving

  • noticing a problem and figuring out the best way to solve it

Abilities

Verbal

  • listen and understand what people say
  • communicate by speaking

Hand and Finger Use

  • keep your arm or hand steady

Personality

People interested in this work like activities that include practical, hands-on problems and solutions.

They do well at jobs that need:

  • Independence
  • Integrity
  • Cooperation
  • Attention to Detail
  • Concern for Others
  • Dependability

Technology

You might use software like this on the job:

Data base user interface and query software

  • Aspen
  • Commercial driver’s license information system CDLIS

Spreadsheet software

Electronic mail software

Education

high school diploma/GED or
no high school diploma/GED
usually needed

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New job opportunities are likely in the future.

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May
2

Global Automotive Surround View Systems Market Segment Outlook, Market Assessment, Competition Scenario, Trends and Forecast 2020-2029

Global Automotive Surround View Systems Market is estimated to be valued US$ XX.X million in 2019. The report on Automotive Surround View Systems Market provides qualitative as well as quantitative analysis in terms of market dynamics, competition scenarios, opportunity analysis, market growth, etc. for the forecast year up to 2029. The global automotive surround view systems market is segmented on the basis of type, application, and geography.

Europe market was valued at US$ XX.X million in 2018 and is projected to reach US$ XX.X million in 2029, and register a CAGR of X.X% during the forecast period, according to a new Market.us (Prudour Research) study.

Automotive Surround View Systems Market Scope:

By type, the market is segmented into Touch Screen Control, and Infrared Remote Control. By application, the market is divided into Commercial Vehicles, and Passenger Vehicles.

Based on geography, the market is analyzed across North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Latin America, and Middle East and Africa. Major players profiled in the report include Ambarella, Clarion, Continental, Fujitsu, Valeo, Delphi Automotive, Mobileye, Xilinx, OmniVision Technologies, Spillard Safety Systems, Renesas Electronics Corporation, and Texas Instruments.

Key Market Segments

Type

  • Touch Screen Control
  • Infrared Remote Control

Application

  • Commercial Vehicles
  • Passenger Vehicles

Key Market Players included in the report:

  • Ambarella
  • Clarion
  • Continental
  • Fujitsu
  • Valeo
  • Delphi Automotive
  • Mobileye
  • Xilinx
  • OmniVision Technologies
  • Spillard Safety Systems
  • Renesas Electronics Corporation
  • Texas Instruments

Reasons to Get this Report:

In an insight outlook, this research report has dedicated to several quantities of analysis – industry research (global industry trends) and Automotive Surround View Systems Market share analysis of high players, along with company profiles, and which collectively include about the fundamental opinions regarding the market landscape; emerging and high-growth sections of Automotive Surround View Systems Market; high-growth regions; and market drivers, restraints, and also market chances.

The analysis covers Automotive Surround View Systems Market and its advancements across different industry verticals as well as regions. It targets estimating the current market size and growth potential of the global Automotive Surround View Systems Market across sections such as also application and representatives.

Additionally, the analysis also has a comprehensive review of the crucial players on the Automotive Surround View Systems Market together side their company profiles, SWOT analysis, latest advancements, and business plans.


The analysis objectives of the report are:

  • To equitably share in-depth info regarding the crucial elements impacting the increase of industry (growth capacity, chances, drivers, and industry-specific challenges and risks).
  • To know the Automotive Surround View Systems Market by pinpointing its many subsegments.
  • To profile the important players and analyze their growth plans.
  • To endeavor the amount and value of Automotive Surround View Systems sub-markets, depending on key regions (various vital states).
  • To analyze Automotive Surround View Systems Market concerning growth trends, prospects, and also their participation in the entire sector.
  • To examine and study the Automotive Surround View Systems Market size (volume & value) from the company, essential regions/countries, products, and application, background information from 2013 to 2018, and also prediction to 2029.
  • Primary worldwide Automotive Surround
Apr
30

Designing Dual 48-V/12-V Battery Automotive Systems

The future of 48V/12V battery systems in automobiles now lurks just around the corner. Most major automobile manufacturers across the globe have been working on proving out their systems for the past few years, and it’s evident that their implementation will be relatively near term. This is a necessary and crucial step in the long and arduous journey to the fully autonomous passenger vehicle, which doesn’t require a human at the controls and has true autonomous driving.

Nevertheless, this doesn’t mean the 12-V battery is going away—there are far too many legacy systems in the installed vehicle base for this to occur. What it does mean is that autonomous cars will have both a 12-V battery and a 48-V battery (Fig. 1).

1. Next-generation cars will be powered by a 12-V and a 48-V battery.1. Next-generation cars will be powered by a 12-V and a 48-V battery.

A vehicle’s internal systems will either run off the 48-V lithium-ion (Li-ion) battery or the 12-V sealed lead-acid (SLA) battery—but not both. In addition to having two separate charging circuits for these individual batteries due to their respective chemistries, there must also be a mechanism that enables charge to move between them without causing any damage to the batteries or any system within the vehicle. An added benefit is that having two batteries also allows for redundancy should one of them fail during operation.

While this certainly complicates the design of the various electrical subsystems within the vehicles, there are some advantages to be gained. According to some auto manufacturers, a 48-V-based electric system results in a 10% to 15% gain in fuel economy for internal combustion engine vehicles, thereby reducing CO2 emissions.

Moreover, future vehicles that use a dual 48V/12V system will enable engineers to integrate electrical booster technology that operates independently of the engine load, thereby improving acceleration performance. Such compressors are already in the advanced stages of development and will be placed between the induction system and the intercooler, using the 48V rail to spin-up the turbos.

Globally, fuel-economy regulations have been tightening, while autonomous-driving capability with connectivity continues to proliferate in new automobiles. Accordingly, the 12-V automobile electric system has reached its usable power limit. As if these changes aren’t already enough, there has been a significant increase in automotive electronic systems. These changes, coupled with related demands for power, have created a new spectrum of engineering opportunities. Clearly, the 12V lead-acid battery automotive system with its 3kW power limit must be supplemented.

Furthermore, new automobile standards impact how these systems need to work. A newly proposed automotive standard, known as LV 148, combines a secondary 48-V bus with the existing automotive 12-V system. The 48-V rail includes an integrated starter generator (ISG) or belt start generator, a 48-V Li-Ion battery, and a bidirectional dc-dc converter, which can deliver tens of kilowatts of available energy from the 48- and 12V batteries. This technology

Apr
28

Bicycle Lighting Systems

Bicycle Lighting Systems


Bicycle Lighting
Systems

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This web site details how to
construct a high performance bicycle lighting system

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bells, horns, dynamo powered lights, and other safety devices

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“For commuters, the best front light is the very bright rechargeable lamp.”
Ken Kifer, Ken
Kifer’s Bike Pages

Ken Kifer was killed, while riding
his bicycle, by a drunk driver, on September 14, 2003. His wisdom about cycling
lives on.




“With vastly more light available, night bicycling is qualitatively far safer. The road can
be lit
both further ahead and, even more important, far more brightly to the sides of the bicycle.”
Marty Goodman, Writing about the CatEye’s Stadium Bicycle Light,
in History of Electric Lighting Technology


Introduction



Not everyone can afford to buy a commercially
manufactured, very bright rechargeable lighting system, which Ken Kifer
accurately describes as the best light for commuters. While prices have come
down, a rechargeable lighting system is still over $100 when you add in a
good tail light.

This site
describes how to build a high performance, rechargeable.
lighting system without spending a lot of money. You can spend as little as $40
to construct a system, complete with a sealed beam headlamp, xenon strobe tail
light, rechargeable battery, and charger.



All components are available from retail or
mail-order stores. I don’t sell anything, this is purely an informational site.
This site contains my informed opinions, as well as the views of other groups
and individuals. There are many different solutions for bicycle lighting that
meet the criteria of “seeing and being seen,” and there are many solutions that
do not meet these criteria. Choose wisely and use common sense.


You don’t have to spend hundreds of dollars for
an adequate lighting system. A lighting system is not rocket science, it’s
basically connecting a battery to some lamps, through some switches. The challenge is in sourcing the
proper components and mounting them to the bicycle in a secure and reliable
manner.


HID bicycle lights, which cost at least $400 for a
commercial system, are now also available to cyclists wanting to build their own
systems, with all-in-one (internal ballast)

13W HID headlights available for $115
. Yeah, that’s expensive, but it’s
less than

Apr
7

What is Transport Geography? | The Geography of Transport Systems

Author: Dr. Jean-Paul Rodrigue

Transport geography is a sub-discipline of geography concerned about the mobility of people, freight and information and its spatial organization considering attributes and constraints related to the origin, destination, extent, nature and purpose of movements.

The unique purpose of transportation is to overcome space, which is shaped by a variety of human and physical constraints such as distance, time, administrative divisions and topography. Jointly, they confer a friction to any movement, commonly known as the friction of distance (or friction of space). In an ideal world, transportation would come at no effort in terms of cost and time and would have unlimited capacity and spatial reach. Under such circumstances, geography would not matter. In the real world, however, geography can be a significant constraint to transport since it trades space for time and money and can only be partially circumscribed. The extent to which this is done has a cost that varies greatly according to factors such as the length of the trip, the capacity of modes and infrastructures and the nature of what is being transported. Transport geography can be understood from a series of core principles:

  • Transportation is the spatial linking of a derived demand.
  • Distance is a relative concept involving space, time and effort.
  • Space is at the same time the generator, support and a constraint for mobility.
  • The relation between space and time can converge or diverge.
  • A location can be central, where it generates and attract traffic, or an intermediate element where traffic transits through.
  • To overcome geography, transportation must consume space.
  • Transportation seeks massification but is constrained by atomization.
  • Velocity is a modal, intermodal and managerial effort.

These principles underline that there would be no transportation without geography and there would be no geography without transportation. The goal of transportation is thus to transform the geographical attributes of freight, passengers or information, from an origin to a destination, conferring them an added value in the process. There are substantial operational differences between transportation modes, particularly between passengers and freight, which often operated separately. The convenience at which this can be done varies considerably and is commonly labeled as mobility.

Mobility The ease of a movement of a passenger or a unit of freight. It is related to transport costs as well as to the attributes of what is being transported (fragility, perishable, price). Political factors can also influence mobility such as laws, regulations, borders and tariffs. When mobility is high, activities are less constrained by distance.

Transportation is not necessarily a science, but a field of application borrowing concepts and methods from a wide variety of disciplines. The specific purpose of transportation is to fulfill a demand for mobility since transportation can only exist if it moves passengers, freight and information around. Otherwise, it has no purpose. This is because transportation is dominantly the outcome of a derived demand; it takes place because other activities are taking place. Distance, a core attribute of transportation, can be

Apr
6

Transportation Systems Sector | CISA

A train passes by a busy highwayThe Department of Homeland Security and the Department of Transportation are designated as the Co-Sector-Specific Agencies for the Transportation Systems Sector. The nation’s transportation system quickly, safely, and securely moves people and goods through the country and overseas.

Sector Overview

The Transportation Systems Sector consists of seven key subsectors, or modes:

  • Aviation includes aircraft, air traffic control systems, and about 19,700 airports, heliports, and landing strips. Approximately 500 provide commercial aviation services at civil and joint-use military airports, heliports, and sea plane bases.  In addition, the aviation mode includes commercial and recreational aircraft (manned and unmanned) and a wide-variety of support services, such as aircraft repair stations, fueling facilities, navigation aids, and flight schools.
  • Highway and Motor Carrier encompasses more than 4 million miles of roadway, more than 600,000 bridges, and more than 350 tunnels. Vehicles include trucks, including those carrying hazardous materials; other commercial vehicles, including commercial motorcoaches and school buses; vehicle and driver licensing systems; traffic management systems; and cyber systems used for operational management.
  • Maritime Transportation System consists of about 95,000 miles of coastline, 361 ports, more than 25,000 miles of waterways, and intermodal landside connections that allow the various modes of transportation to move people and goods to, from, and on the water.
  • Mass Transit and Passenger Rail includes terminals, operational systems, and supporting infrastructure for passenger services by transit buses, trolleybuses, monorail, heavy rail—also known as subways or metros—light rail, passenger rail, and vanpool/rideshare. Public transportation and passenger rail operations provided an estimated 10.8 billion passenger trips in 2014.
  • Pipeline Systems consist of more than 2.5 million miles of pipelines spanning the country and carrying nearly all of the nation’s natural gas and about 65 percent of hazardous liquids, as well as various chemicals. Above-ground assets, such as compressor stations and pumping stations, are also included.
  • Freight Rail consists of seven major carriers, hundreds of smaller railroads, over 138,000 miles of active railroad, over 1.33 million freight cars, and approximately 20,000 locomotives. An estimated 12,000 trains operate daily. The Department of Defense has designated 30,000 miles of track and structure as critical to mobilization and resupply of U.S. forces.
  • Postal and Shipping moves about 720 million letters and packages each day and includes large integrated carriers, regional and local courier services, mail services, mail management firms, and chartered and delivery services.

Sector-Specific Plan

The Transportation Systems Sector-Specific Plan details how the National Infrastructure Protection Plan risk management framework is implemented within the context of the unique characteristics and risk landscape of the sector. Each Sector-Specific Agency develops a sector-specific plan through a coordinated effort involving its public and private sector partners. The Postal and Shipping Sector was consolidated within the Transportation Systems Sector in 2013 under Presidential Policy Directive 21. The Department of Homeland Security and the Department of Transportation are designated as the Co-Sector-Specific Agencies for the Transportation Systems Sector.

Transportation Systems Sector Activities Progress Report

As Co-Sector-Specific Agencies (Co-SSAs) for the Transportation Systems Sector, DHS—with TSA and the USCG as its executive agents—and

Apr
3

Why Cities Should Apply Data Analysis to Transportation Systems

Chicago Examines How Curbs Are Used via Analytics

In Chicago, the City Tech Collaborative launched a months-long project to collect data related to curb activity to help the city better manage how curb space is used, according to Government Technology. 

The initiative is designed to create a “practical, usable, scalable analytics tool to better understand the curb,” which has been described as phase one, Jamie Ponce, director of strategic partnerships at City Tech Collaborative, tells Government Technology

The publication reports:

The project will include private sector partners like Bosch and HERE Technologies to provide various levels of support and expertise. For example, HERE Technologies will analyze traffic movement, congestion and other data points to identify bottlenecks “and areas of friction,” Ponce explained. The data gathered will enable the researchers to take a closer look at what’s causing some of the curb space management problems, all part of Phase I, which will largely be a mapping exercise to digitize the curb. 

The next phase of the project will analyze all of that data and help the city craft new approaches. Curbs are often used for parking in cities, but data analysis of curbside usage can help them determine how curbs are used and how to price access to them differently, Billy Riggs, a researcher and professor with expertise in transportation and smart mobility at the University of San Francisco, tells Government Technology

“It’s also important to think about the curb as barrier but a continuum of the street,” Riggs says. “And given the trends in many locations to support car-free cities, many municipalities also need to take a hard look at what type of travel should be allowed on certain corridors — not just thinking about using the curb, but thinking about if it should even exist.”

MORE FROM STATETECH: Find out why connected intersections are the backbones of smart cities. 

Meanwhile, in Los Angeles, just seconds after a rider unlocks a dockless electric scooter with a smartphone app and starts motoring around, information about the trip is fed to a city-operated database, according to the New York Times

Then, just after the trip ends, another alert updates the database, noting the location. A day later, the Times notes, the exact route the rider took is uploaded and logged for analysis. 

As the Times reports, that kind of data is also a key to solving congestion in cities, since knowing “what route riders have used historically makes it possible for policymakers to plan infrastructure.”

“Cities have to assure that their resources are used efficiently, and that includes the shared spaces,” Stephen Zoepf, chief of policy development at Ellis & Associates, a consultancy that advises cities on the intersection between transportation and technology, tells the Times. “The effects of crowding, in noise and emissions, are a tragedy of the commons.”

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Apr
1

Home of Digit fleet and fuel management systems

digit fleet and fuel management unitSaves directly to your PC

The Digit system is different to most competitor web-based systems. All vehicle trip data is stored on your local PC, so slow, frustrating internet browsing is a thing of the past. All you need to do is make a brief connection to the internet to download the tiny strings of position information to your local PC. Then all the trip processing, route building and vehicle data is stored for your immediate access. Viewing the data and compiling reports can be done completely offline. Not only will you save time and frustration, you will also save on 90% of your data costs.

digit fleet and fuel management cut vehicle tracking immobilizeDcut – Take control

The unique Digit Dcut solution is designed to give you total control of your vehicle in conjunction with the added security of immobilising you vehicle should the tracking system be removed. Often vehicles are stolen and professional thieves manage to trace the tracking device and remove or destroy it within seconds. Digit Dcut will recognise this and cut-out the vehicles engine so that the vehicle cannot be driven away. In situations where a vehicle has to be recovered, the Dcut system can be remotely activated by secure SMS to either bring a vehicle to a safe stop or prevent it from being moved.

digit fleet and fuel management unit inside Highest quality of manufacture

The heart of the tracking system is the hardware device, or black box that is installed in your vehicle. There is no use buying a luxurious expensive vehicle and then risk damage to it by installing a cheap low quality electronic product which will be connected to your vehicle’s wiring. From the ground up, the team of engineers has designed technically the strongest, most reliable, quality product so that you can trust the product safety and reliability. Our devices are locally manufactured at a fully ISO9001:2000 approved electronic manufacturing facility and using a solid audit trail from start to finish. All devices are actively tested, not just jig tested to ensure working product is always shipped.

digit fleet and fuel management gps antennaSuperior packaging

Enclosed in a rugged aluminium case has a number of advantages. Not only does it give a secure professional appearance but the shielding properties of the metal create a “faraday” cage around the modem, protecting it from RF signals which might disturb or jam the communication. The black powder coated finish is durable and makes the device easier to hide in a vehicle.[/text_output]

digit fleet and fuel management softwareUser friendly software that works

The software is designed to do it all for you, and with the easy to use button interface, accessing all the features, is now just a click away. All the trip information can be viewed as a list of events in a spreadsheet format, a series of graphs representing speed and acceleration or as a route on a map. Any report can be generated either using the custom reporting function or by exporting the data to an Excel spreadsheet. Limitless ability to add vehicle details, calculates fuel costs, log business mileage. The system will produce a full

Mar
30

Intelligent Transportation Systems – Connected Vehicle Pilot Deployment Program

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Using Connected Vehicle Technologies to Solve Real-World Operational Problems

Connected vehicles are poised to transform our streets, communities, and personal lives. But before these technologies can be deployed broadly, there are a number of technical, institutional, and financial challenges — challenges that can only be understood and overcome by putting these emerging technologies to work in real-world situations, solving real problems. The U.S. Department of Transportation (USDOT) is supporting the advancement of connected vehicle technology with a pilot deployment program that is uncovering what barriers remain and how to address them, documenting lessons learned, and serving as a template assisting other early CV technology deployments.


The USDOT has awarded cooperative agreements collectively worth more than $45 million to three pilot sites in New York City; Wyoming; and Tampa to implement a suite of connected vehicle applications and technologies tailored to meet their region’s unique transportation needs. These pilot sites are helping connected vehicles make the final leap into real-world deployment so that they can deliver on their promises to increase safety, improve personal mobility, enhance economic productivity, reduce environmental impacts and transform public agency operations. Moreover, these sites are laying the groundwork for even more dramatic transformations as other areas follow in their footsteps. Program resources targeting the early deployer community include technical documentation, webinars, and documented success stories.


As a first step, each site spent 12 months preparing a comprehensive deployment concept to ensure rapid and efficient connected vehicle capability roll-out. The sites are now completing a 24 month phase to design, build, and test these deployments of integrated wireless in-vehicle, mobile device, and roadside technologies. As of Fall 2018, the sites are entering into the third phase of the deployment where the tested connected vehicle systems will be operational for a minimum 18-month period and system impact will be monitored on a set of key performance measures.

Please explore this site for a more detailed description of CV Pilots objectives, phases, and research progress. We will continue to upload relevant program information for public consumption as it becomes available. For inquiries regarding the individual pilots, please contact the respective Point of Contacts: NYCDOT pilot – Wesam Daraghmeh, WDaraghmeh@dot.nyc.gov and Mohamad Talas,Mtalas@dot.nyc.gov; Tampa (THEA) pilot – Steve Novosad, snovosad@hntb.com; WYDOT pilot – dot-cvpilot@wyo.gov.

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