PTV Insights: Exciting research topics in the transport sector

PTV researcher Eileen worked in the Colombian metropolis of Medellín for two years.

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What will the smart stop look like with tomorrow’s networked mobility? Is transport with E-trucks a possibility for logistics? How will autonomous and conventional vehicles interact on our roads in the future?Read more

PTV wins “Best MaaS Project Award”

The award was presented to Devrim Kara, PTV Managing Director in the UK & Ireland, at the Smart Travel Live! conference.

The PTV Showcase for Mobility-as-a-Service (MaaS) in Barcelona was honoured with the “Best MaaS Project Award”. The prize was presented to Devrim Kara, PTV Managing Director in the UK & Ireland, at the Smart Travel Live!Read more

Greater Transport Safety for Bolivia

Sofia Salek de Braun, PTV Transport Safety Ambassador, has worked with actors from authorities and institutions in her homeland to develop a road safety charter.

Transport safety is a topic which is not very visible in many emerging and developing countries. Since 2016, Sofia Salek de Braun, PTV Solution Director Traffic Safety, has been working to achieve greater road transport safety in her homeland, Bolivia.Read more

Intelligent street lighting provides traffic information

f.l.t.r. Peter Möhl, Director Traffic Software at PTV and Oliver Deuschle, Head of SMIGHT have teamed up to improve real-time traffic management.

The smart city of tomorrow is benefiting from the increasing intelligence of our infrastructure. The EnBW brand SMIGHT (Smart City Light)  and  PTV Group have teamed up in a joint development initiative to optimise urban traffic in real time.Read more

From Vision Zero to Action Zero!

Over 40 Transport Ministers and delegations from all around the world met at the ITF in Leipzig.

Everything revolved around the topic of road safety at this year’s international transport summit, organised by the International Transport Forum ( ITF)/OECD in Leipzig, Germany. The audience included high-ranking officials, over 40 Transport Ministers and delegations from all around the world.Read more