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  • Road Safety Services Provider CalAmp Joins Together for Safer Roads

    CalAmp, an Internet of Things solutions provider for road safety services, has joined TSR, a coalition of private sector companies with the goal of reducing deaths and injuries from traffic crashes.
    Source: Equipment World’s Better Roads

  • CalAmp Joins Global Coalition To Improve Road Safety

    Recently a coalition of global private sector companies working together to improve road safety, Together for Safer Roads (TSR), welcomed CalAmp as the newest member of the coalition.
    Source: Fleet News Daily

  • Global Safety Group Names New President

    Together for Safer Roads (TSR), a coalition of global private-sector companies, has named IBM executive David Braunstein the group’s new president.
    Source: Automotive Fleet

  • IBM Veteran Braunstein Named President of Together for Safer Roads

    David Braunstein, former Industry Solutions Innovation Lead at IBM, has been named president of Together for Safer Roads (TSR), a coalition of private sector companies with the goal of reducing deaths and injuries from traffic crashes.
    Source: Equipment World’s Better Roads

  • Morning Transportation: Arrivals and Departures

    David Braunstein, a former IBM executive, will become president of the Together for Safer Roads coalition on July 24.
    Source: POLITICO

  • 20 Percent of Travelers in the Back of the Car do not Wear Seat Belts

    Autopistas, company of the group Abertis, today presented the results of its first study under the name “Observatory on driver behavior in the network of highways.” The results obtained allow to analyze the risk behavior on the motorway and to monitor the evolution over time.
    Source: Navarrainformacion.es

  • Autopistas Presents Results of the Observatory on the Behavior of Drivers in its Road Network

    Abertis , through its Spanish subsidiary Autopistas , has presented the results of the first “Observatory on driver behavior in the Autopistas network.” The objective was to analyze factors such as speed, intermittent use, use of the road or safety belt, among other aspects.
    Source: Logi News

  • Abertis, the First Company to Join Waze’s Connected Citizens Program in Seven Countries

    Abertis has signed a global agreement to join the Connected Citizens program of Waze, the pioneering application of social navigation and mobile technology that provides free real-time traffic information, powered by the largest community of drivers in the world.
    Source: Extra Confidential

  • Abertis, the First Company to Collaborate with the Waze Traffic Application in Seven Countries

    Abertis has signed a global agreement to join the Connected Citizens program of Waze, the social navigation and mobile technology application that provides real-time traffic information, as reported in a press release.
    Source: El Economista