In 2019 – 2020, the NADO Research Foundation conducted research and developed case studies on a variety of transportation technology topics related to Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS). The case studies highlight federal, state, regional, local, and nonprofit agencies using ITS to address practical transportation issues. A full, downloadable report will be released soon, but the following case studies related to rural and small metro safety and health are available now:
- Dynamic Warning Systems Enhance Safety for Cyclists and Vehicles on Scenic Roadways
- Sign Technology Affects Driver Behavior at Railroad Crossings
- South Dakota DOT Implements Intersection Conflict Warning System
- Using Passive Pedestrian Detection for Trail and Roadway Crossings
- Adapting Non-Traditional Technology for Bicycle and Pedestrian Uses
Previously released case studies related to mobility and transit. This research was conducted with support from the U.S. Department of Transportation’s ITS Joint Program Office. Contact Carrie Kissel with questions about the project.