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Within 3 years, you could take an air taxi to your meeting
Within 3 years, you could take an air taxi to your meeting

Numerous companies are racing to be among the first to offer urban air mobility services for cargo and passenger transportation. The Age of the Jetsons may be sooner than you think.

A look at the outlook for Caribbean infrastructure financing
A look at the outlook for Caribbean infrastructure financing

Caribbean infrastructure has suffered at the hands of many natural disasters, which are getting worse as climate change intensifies. How can investors be assured the end-use asset they're funding will be protected?

5 public sector technologies to watch
5 public sector technologies to watch

There are many technologies that help public works professionals deliver critical services. Here are five that are trending.

Logistics market learns price of success, as new tools emerge
Logistics market learns price of success, as new tools emerge

Logistics market learning the price of success and considering new solutions

Self-service accustomed motorists pushing toll roads to embrace new kinds of customer service
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Self-service accustomed motorists pushing toll roads to embrace new kinds of customer service

Self-service accustomed motorists pushing toll roads to embrace new kinds of customer service

New funding sources key for transport infrastructure
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New funding sources key for transport infrastructure

New funding sources key for transport infrastructure

Are we talking about infrastructure the right way?
Are we talking about infrastructure the right way?

Most discussions about infrastructure center around projects, not people. Industry observers say that needs to change.

A look back at 2020 with Pat Jones, IBTTA executive director and CEO
A look back at 2020 with Pat Jones, IBTTA executive director and CEO

SmartBrief recently spoke with Pat Jones, executive director and CEO of the International Bridge, Tunnel and Turnpike Association, to look back on 2020, a year like no other.

Q&A: Coronavirus pandemic takes a toll on tolling industry
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Q&A: Coronavirus pandemic takes a toll on tolling industry

SmartBrief caught up with Tracey Trexel, tolling solutions lead for IBM Global Business Services, to learn more about how the pandemic has changed traffic volumes, transit ridership and tolling revenue.

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