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Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS)

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U.S. DOT Intelligent Transportation Systems
The ITS program site has information about its programs, full text of documents and speeches, and information about ITS activities by state.

Intelligent Transportation Society of America (ITS America)
The mission of ITS America is to foster public/private partnerships to increase the safety and efficiency of surface transportation through the application of advanced technologies. The site includes ITS fact sheets and information about new products, technologies, and conferences relating to all aspects of ITS.

California PATH (Partners for Advanced Transit and Highways) Database
The PATH Database contains references to all aspects of Intelligent Transportation Systems, ranging from historical materials dating back to the 1940s to topics of current and international research and applications. It reflects a wide coverage of information on ITS, including monographs, journal articles, conference papers, technical reports, theses, web sites, and selected media coverage. Full bibliographic information is provided, and URLs are included for those documents which are available full-text.

Gary-Chicago-Milwaukee (GCM) Travel Site
The GCM site provides travelers in the Gary-Chicago-Milwaukee corridor area with information to assist them in making efficient transportation choices.  Users of the site can link to information across the entire three-state priority corridor, including cameras, traffic maps and dynamic message sign messages.

National Transportation Operations Coalition (NTOC)
The National Transportation Operations Coalition serves as an important foundation for institutionalizing management and operations into the transportation industry.

TransLink (Texas Transportation Institute)
The TransLink Research Center is a multimodal, public/private research program. The Center develops and implements technologies for linking together different elements from transportation systems to improve the overall operation and efficiency of the entire transportation system

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