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  • Build a Strong Construction Safety Culture

    TSR President David Braunstein explains how technology can help support construction safety training.
    Source: Construction Equipment Guide

  • Lyft Sees a Future with More Bikes and Scooters, and Fewer Cars

    Lyft made a big move yesterday to not only live up to its founders’ lofty ideals, but to stake a claim as a more multimodal, sustainable transportation company that supports transit equity and safer streets. The ridehailing firm will invest $1 million in programs to bring transport access to underserved communities, and will champion the Vision Zero street safety campaign, partnering with groups such as Together for Safer Roads.
    Source: Curbed

  • Lyft Wants to Partner with Cities to Add Bike and Scooter Sharing

    Lyft will also work with groups like TSR to promote bicycle rider safety. Lyft is partnering with city mayors and other individuals and organizations working to expand protected bike lanes, reduce speeding, and curb preventable traffic violence in the Vision Zero endeavor.
    Source: Digital Trends

  • Here and Now

    As the logistics and supply chain industry grows, technology will be an anchor for fleet management safety programs. Many companies are making progress in their environment, health and safety programs, helping to deliver benefits to companies and the communities in which they operate.
    Source: Transportation & Logistics

  • ITS America and Together for Safer Roads Launch New Life-Saving Initiative

    ITS America and Together for Safer Roads (TSR) have announced a partnership to accelerate adoption of road safety technologies during their co-hosted State Department of Transportation Roundtable Reception at the ITS America Annual Meeting and Expo in Detroit.
    Source: Traffic Technology Today

  • CalAmp and Road Safety Leaders Meet to Accelerate Tech-Enabled Partnerships to Save Lives

    CalAmp announced the company’s President and CEO, Michael Burdiek will participate on a panel with industry leaders from AT&T, ITS America, and the City of New York to discuss how public and private sector companies can leverage telematics, data analytics and intelligent mobility technology to address challenges in road safety. The Being Bold Through Tech-Enabled Partnerships panel will take place at TSR’s annual membership meeting.
    Source: PR Newswire

  • Safety the Main Feature of Tuesday’s Talking Transport from Detroit

    The first Talking Transport from the ITS America Annual Meeting in Detroit is online with the focus on safety. It’s a very safety-filled program as we also talk about a new ITS America initiative with David Braunstein of Together for Safer Roads to help entrepreneurs get their ideas to the next level.
    Source: Smart Highways

  • Safer Roads Partnership Announced at ITS America Meeting

    ITS America and Together for Safer Roads have announced a partnership to accelerate adoption of road safety technologies, connecting early-stage companies with road safety experts to, as they say, “reimagine solutions”.
    Source: Smart Highways

  • NYC to Expand Network of Electric Vehicle Chargers From Harlem to Hollis

    The New York City Department of Citywide Administrative Services (DCAS) will today announce a planned major expansion of the City’s network of electric vehicle (EV) chargers. “New York City continues to be at the forefront of Vision Zero initiatives, including fleet safety, helping to end traffic deaths and injuries on NYC streets,” said David Braunstein, President of TSR.
    Source: Harlem World Magazine