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Cuomo Addresses Goals For Buffalo in State of State

"By removing the Skyway and investing in new infrastructure, New York State will free up over a dozen acres in downtown Buffalo and over 75 additional acres along the four-mile corridor, allowing Buffalo to capitalize on the City's most unique asset – its waterfront." Read More >>

For Decades New York Dreamed of High-Speed Rail

On Thursday, Gov. Andrew Cuomo pledged that 2020 would be different. It is time, he said, to revisit the decades-long dream of better connecting New York's cities through a high-speed rail system, which is commonplace in Europe and other parts of the world. Cuomo vowed that in his State of the State address Jan. 8, he will announce a new panel of outside experts to reexamine why high-speed rail has repeatedly fallen off the tracks. Read More >>


National News

Support For Truck Only Tolls In Place, Democrats Say

Revenue estimates for the truck-tolling plan range from $170 million to $190 million at a dozen bridges around the state. Under the latest discussions, only the largest trucks would pay the tolls, which would exclude, for example, many in-state vehicles such as poil delivery trucks. Looney and the rest of the Senate Democratic caucus spent nearly six hours Tuesday behind closed doors, discussing their legislative priorities for the upcoming session, emerging long after the television crews and the anti-toll and pro-toll activists — about a dozen from each side — had left the Capitol. Read More >>

Connected Vehicle Data Providing Road Management and Safety Insights

Founded in Israel and with a Los Angeles office, Waycare has developed an artificial intelligence-powered (AI) cloud-based platform that empowers transportation agencies to make smarter decisions related to traffic management and road safety through the use of real-time, anonymous CV data from thousands of cars. In one of the largest CV data integration programs in the USA, the RTC is accessing new insights into road safety, congestion management, and intersection performance at a fraction of the cost traditionally experienced. Infrastructure hardware, such as CCTV and traffic sensors, are costly for agencies to maintain and repair. However, just by driving around, CVs can collect many terabytes of valuable traffic data at a fraction of the cost. This CV data can supplement existing highway infrastructure, providing greater visibility of the roads, even in more rural zones. Read More >>

 


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