Last Saturday, May 11, ITS Arizona was back at it again cleaning the Tempe Canal Path! Thank you to Mike Washkowiak and Randy Dittberner for joining us. We collected over 5 full bags of trash in our continued effort to keep the path looking great! Stay connected with us for more information on our next Adopt-a-Path event, which will be held in September 2019.
On May 2nd, ITS Arizona members attended social event gathering at the Top Golf Glendale. More than 20 members attended the event and had fun time interacting with their peers and enjoying food and golf. Thanks to Top Golf for hosting the event. We look forward to see more member participation in the upcoming social events…
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The National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA) today announced the formation of the Connected Vehicle Infrastructure Technical (CVIT) Committee to develop a harmonized technical specification for roadside connected vehicle (CV) devices.
The Standards, to be completed by the end of 2019, are for traffic signals, school zone beacons, pedestrian crossings, and other electronic devices that control the movement of vehicles and pedestrians on the nation’s roadways. The ability to transmit safety messages, alerts and warnings from the infrastructure to vehicles and vice versa, is a critical function of CV technology.
For more details, see the full press release.
Come join us for another great ITS Arizona social event!
Enjoy some food, fun and games at TopGolf Glendale and catch up on the latest with your friends and colleagues. ITS Arizona members and a guest are invited to attend at the subsidized rate of $25 each, along with additional guests at the full rate of $45 each.
The cost includes 2 hours of TopGolf play, club rental, All-American buffet and soft drinks.
Space is limited and registration will close at midnight on May 1st.
When: Thursday, May 2, 2019 from 3:00 PM to 5:00 PM MST
Where: TopGolf Glendale, 6101 N. 99th Ave, Glendale, AZ 85305
Contact Kiran Guntupalli, 623-930-2951 for more information.
Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT) has launched a modernized, mobile-friendly Arizona 511 Traveler Information System website and phone line. The new system uses the latest technology to provide a customized experience with real-time updates from ADOT, the premier source of information on Arizona’s highway system.
The new AZ511.gov website allows users to save their favorite routes and most used traffic cameras. Before leaving for a destination, drivers can log onto AZ511.gov to view incidents along their route, get estimated travel times to their destination and receive alternate route suggestions. Travelers may set up text or email alerts for their routes. Users can also call the 511 phone line to hear personalized updates. The 511 phone line is now easier to navigate and voice recognition has been upgraded.
Click here for more information regarding the AZ511 app.