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Our ability to get from Point A to Point B is something lots of us take for granted. But transporting people and products across town or across the country every day is neither simple nor easy. Join us as we explore the challenges on Thinking Transportation, a podcast about how we get ourselves — and the things we need — from one place to another. Every other week, an expert from the Texas A&M Transportation Institute or other special guest will help us dig deep on a wide range of topics. Fi ...
 
This series gives voice to the many volunteers of the Transportation Research Board and other leading transportation experts. Co-hosts Elaine Ferrell and Paul Mackie explore the latest and most critical research and innovations in transportation. The show is a production of TRB and the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine.
 
HMH - the transportation transformation agency - has launched the "Future of Transportation" podcast, where we'll host regular chats with experts in the transportation industry. We are a full-service creative agency powering brands that are creating the future of transportation. SOLVING PROBLEMS THROUGH INSIGHT AND CREATIVITY For years, we’ve helped clients in every type of industry and category. We still do. But in that time, we’ve developed extensive consultative and creative expertise in ...
 
Tous les mois, Nicolas Louvet et l’équipe 6t (https://6-t.co) vous emmènent à la découverte des usages de la mobilité. Se déplacer, c’est réaliser des activités, parcourir des quartiers, rencontrer des gens, se dépenser ou se reposer, s’énerver ou se détendre. La mobilité donne vie à nos villes. Pourquoi et comment se déplace-t-on ? Comment les pratiques de mobilité changent-elles avec la ville, et la ville avec les nouvelles mobilités ? Crédits : - Générique : I dunno by grapes (c) copyrigh ...
 
If your company functions in manufacturing, distribution, retail, e-commerce or 3rd party logistics, what a Transportation Management System/Software (TMS) is. Well, a transportation software is a logistics platform that lets users to manage & optimize the everyday functions of their transportation fleets. Its main responsibility is to plan & implement the physical movement of goods.
 
Trucks and buses are the backbone of economy and society. Without them, the world would come to a standstill. At the same time, commercial vehicle manufacturers have a great responsibility when it comes to their impact on climate change and their role in society as employers and corporate citizens. In his monthly podcast 'Transportation Matters' Martin Daum, CEO of the global manufacturer Daimler Truck AG, invites prominent guests to discuss highly relevant topics ranging from the future of ...
 
Transportation disasters occurred every day across the world. Most disasters are learned from which makes travel safer for everyone today. We tell the story of these disasters so they will not be forgotten. A "cornfield meet" is an old term used where two steam trains collide head-on in a field out in the country. We use this term to represent the meeting of transportation with a disaster. Climb aboard with your host Michele Sargent and co-hosts Andy Sargent (Sargent Signals) or Mel Bee as t ...
 
Avoiding the Blind Spots can be one of the best strategic moves a business can make, but sometimes they’re inevitable. Welcome to the podcast that explores the Transportation & Logistics space, and how to make sure your company isn’t left behind picking up the pieces of missed opportunity or by being side swiped by something completely unexpected.
 
This collection is a survey of the innovative automotive and transportation community within Stanford. Stanford University has become one of the best universities on earth to to change the future of transportation and this collection is a 'who's who' of that world. The videos will feature talks from Stanford experts in focus areas as varied as autonomous vehicles, entrepreneurship, design, ethics, aerodynamics, neuroscience, communications and security. At the end of this video collection, a ...
 
I believe transportation is an enabler and economic equalizer. It can raise the African masses from poverty if the right infrastructure and means are provided. Follow me across the African continent physically, virtually and in my conversations with interested Africans and duty bearer on the continent. Connect with me and let us have a convo https://www.facebook.com/ATConvos https://twitter.com/aryee_j https://www.instagram.com/niijonas/ Subscribe to my podcast on the following platforms App ...
 
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Supply chains everywhere were strained to their limits long before the COVID-19 outbreak. The pandemic simply exposed weaknesses that were already there. TTI’s Senior Research Scientist Jolanda Prozzi and Research Scientist Juan Villa share new understanding about the complexity and fragility of the systems we depend on to get our goods where they …
 
On this week’s edition of the Talking Michigan Transportation podcast, conversations with senior Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) project manager Jonathan Loree and Michigan Lt. Gov. Garlin Gilchrist about some key MDOT projects aimed at enhancing connections for travelers in the city of Detroit. The U.S. Department of Transportation an…
 
We have two topics to discuss in this episode - how the infrastructure bill will impact secure transportation. Also, we’ll share information on a somewhat related topic - the Lucid Air Electric Vehicle. Full show notes and links are available here.Di International Security Driver Association
 
Kelley Coyner, CEO and founder of Innovation4Mobility, discusses the current state of autonomous vehicle (AV) development and deployment, and how this technology marries accessibility, connectivity, electrification, and “shareability” to get the best possible outcome from our transportation system. She also touches on low-speed AVs in transit, incl…
 
Our guest for this episode is Martin Peryea, CEO of Jaunt Air Mobility, which aims to “change the way we commute.” The discussion covers topics including: What makes Jaunt’s Electric Vertical Take-off and Landing (eVTOL) such a gamechanger The multi-purpose uses planned for Jaunt’s Journey aircraft Barriers to entry for air-based commuting How traf…
 
Welcome back to ITS Podcast, this is the 66th episode. Let’s start this episode with news mini-section. Roozbeh has gathered the latest news from around the world related to our field. From EV to railway and flying cars. Following the news, Haluk will give a review about a PhD which was awarded the outstanding [...] Continue reading ITS Podcast Epi…
 
In episode six of the Nutmeg State Transportation Report, we are joined by MTAC Safety & Compliance consultant Mike Glinski. Mike is a former DMV “truck squad” officer, and in that role was responsible for enforcing regulations that govern the trucking industry.Di Joe Sculley
 
Thème 7 : Innovations technologiques Depuis le début du 21ème siècle, nos modes de vies évoluent et sont rythmés par l’apparition successives d’innovations technologiques. Ces innovations intègrent désormais tous les champs de notre société, des communications et de l’information, en passant par l’enseignement, la santé, l’industrie et l’agricultur…
 
On this week’s Talking Michigan Transportation podcast, a conversation with a regular guest, Lloyd Brown. Now working for the consulting firm, HDR, Brown was previously the communications director at the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO). Recalling his time working for the Washington (state) Department of T…
 
Kelley Coyner, CEO and founder of Innovation4Mobility, discusses the current state of autonomous vehicle (AV) development and deployment, and how this technology marries accessibility, connectivity, electrification, and “shareability” to get the best possible outcome from our transportation system. She also touches on low-speed AVs in transit, incl…
 
From loss of sleep to loss of hearing, noise can pose a real threat. Recent studies have even identified a possible link between noise exposure and dementia. Traffic noise is a major contributor to noise pollution that fuels these negative health outcomes. Tires hitting pavement make up the majority of highway noise. Better modeling and barriers ca…
 
ITE’s Lisa Fontana Tierney and Kevin Hooper discuss the newly released 11th edition of ITE’s Trip Generation Manual on this episode of the ITE Talks Transportation podcast. They address the significantly expanded database including person, walk, bicycle, transit, motor vehicle, and truck trip generation and characteristics associated with an indivi…
 
Joining us today to discuss the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (or IIJA) is Joung Lee, AASHTO’s Director of Policy and Government Relations. This episode of AASHTO’s ETAP Podcast was recorded while the House of Representatives was reviewing the IIJA. As the bill works its way to President Biden’s desk, AASHTO has been working to represent t…
 
Welcome to episode 196 of the Executive Protection and Secure Transportation podcast. I’m your host Larry Snow. The podcast is provided by the International Security Driver Association. Every week we share secure transportation and executive protection headlines, news, trends, and educational content for today’s practitioners. For this week's episo…
 
Greg Winfree and Zac Doerzaph, leaders of America’s two most prominent transportation research agencies, share their insights on the nation’s mobility priorities, and what university-based research can do to support those priorities. (They talk a little about motorcycles and teleportation, too.)Di Bernie Fette, Greg Winfree, Zac Doerzaph
 
This week, as President Biden signs the $1.2 trillion Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA), a conversation about the historic context of the legislation and what it can mean to Michigan. Andy Doctoroff, a Huntington Woods lawyer who teaches a class that he created at the University of Michigan Law School focusing on infrastructure, joins t…
 
On this week’s Talking Michigan Transportation podcast, conversations with two people about the ongoing surge in highway speeds that began with the pandemic in early 2020 and the resulting rise in crash deaths. First, author and columnist Helaine Olen talks about observations in her Washington Post column this week about the spike in reckless drivi…
 
In today’s episode, we continue with the second installment of our Best Practices for Protective Driver Training Series. The topic for part two is benchmarking driving skills. You can find part one here. as serious practitioners have known for decades, statistics have indicated that the overwhelming majority of security incidents involving corporat…
 
In this week's episode, we share information on a recent IIHS crash test, other OEM armored vehicles besides the Mercedes Guard Car, and the use of telematics devices for monitoring by insurance companies. Click here for complete show notesDi International Security Driver Association
 
As early-November snow accumulates in Michigan, this week’s Talking Michigan Transportation podcast includes conversations about preparing for winter. First, Mark Geib, MDOT engineer of operations and administrator of statewide maintenance programs, talks about the efforts of MDOT and other road agencies to recruit and train snowplow operators duri…
 
The latest statistics tell us that while driving drunk has become a bit less common, driving high is more prevalent than ever. As Senior Research Scientist Troy Walden explains, what exactly constitutes driving under the influence is not as simple as it once was, especially given the constantly changing landscape of state laws.…
 
On this week’s Talking Michigan Transportation podcast, timely conversations about the long-awaited infrastructure bill President Biden has been seeking. Recorded Thursday, Oct. 28, as negotiations continue in Congress, Susan Howard, program director for transportation finance at the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Official…
 
In this week’s episode, the topic is An Answer to Question - Why do I need secure transportation? – A Marketing Tool from the IRS. On-Page 136 of Joe Autera’s book “The Professional Guide to Planning, Managing, and Providing Secure Transportation is written as one of the better answers to the question - Why do I need secure transportation? A quote …
 
ITE’s Lisa Fontana Tierney and Kevin Hooper discuss the newly released 11th edition of ITE’s Trip Generation Manual on this episode of the ITE Talks Transportation podcast. They address the significantly expanded database including person, walk, bicycle, transit, motor vehicle, and truck trip generation and characteristics associated with an indivi…
 
This week on the Talking Michigan Transportation podcast, a conversation with two people deeply involved with recruiting, developing and training the infrastructure-building workforce. Even before the pandemic-induced phenomenon known as the Great Resignation, employers in many sectors were struggling to find and retain employees. This certainly ap…
 
In this week’s episode, the topic is Best Practices for Protective Driver Training. This is the first in a series of podcasts that will cover Best Practices for Protective Driver Training. We have close to 50 years of experience conducting various driver training programs and services that had to withstand the scrutiny of a Corporate Security commu…
 
The idea of engaging the public on decisions about how to spend public transportation dollars seems perfectly reasonable, but it’s not how things were always done. Senior Research Scientist Tina Geiselbrecht tells us how federal legislation 30 years ago made transportation planning a lot more user-focused.…
 
In the latest episode of the Nutmeg State Transportation Report, we are joined by MTAC member John Pruchnicki to discuss the ongoing truck driver shortage. John is the owner of Ansonia-based Coastal Carriers of Connecticut, a fuel oil wholesale delivery service, and sits on the Board of MTAC.Di Joe Sculley
 
On this week’s Talking Michigan Transportation podcast, a conversation with Jesse Ball, who coordinates social media at the Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT). Ball talks about his background, growing up in the Upper Peninsula, graduating from Michigan State University, then working in California and Michigan media markets. In 2008, he be…
 
CEO Luminar Technologies Our guest today is a true wunderkind. Austin Russell filed his first patent when he was 12 and built a cell phone out of a Nintendo device when he was a teenager. He went to Stanford and dropped out after six months. Today his company Luminar Technologies, which he founded when he was 17, is publicly traded and a key player…
 
In this week’s episode of the EPST podcast, we discuss certification in Executive Protection. The podcast is provided by the International Security Driver Association. Every week we share secure transportation and executive protection headlines, news, trends, and educational content for today’s practitioners. Two topics of discussion that can domin…
 
Thème 6 : La durabilité Le secteur des transports est responsable de près d’un tiers des émissions totales des gaz à effet de serre à l’échelle européenne. La poursuite d’une gestion durable de nos ressources naturelles ne peut donc faire l’économie d’une modification en profondeur de nos modes de déplacement. Cette série sur la durabilité s’est at…
 
This episode is part two on the vehicle attacks that have changed how Executive Protection and Secure Transportation practitioners work and train. In episode 189, we covered Hans Martin Schleyer and Aldo Moro. In this week’s episode, we discuss John Butler and Alfred Herrhausen.
 
The electrification of the medium- and large-truck fleet is driven by both business interests and climate concerns, and it’s boosted by leaps in battery and charging technology. Senior Research Scientist Allan Rutter explains how the transformation of what powers freight delivery may come sooner than many of us ever thought possible.…
 
Welcome back to ITS Podcast, this is the 65th episode in the month of October. Let’s start this episode with news mini-section from around the world of ITS. Baris will give you latest updates from ITS World Congress in Humburg and the latest developments in Autonomous vehicles industry. Following the news, Haluk will give [...] Continue reading ITS…
 
The busy US-23 freeway south of Ann Arbor, closed more than two weeks because of safety concerns about an overhead railroad bridge, reopened to traffic Tuesday morning (Sept. 28). Craig Heidelberg, engineer of operations at MDOT’s Brighton Transportation Service Center who worked with the contractor doing the repairs and helped oversee the project,…
 
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