Tuesday June 25, 2019


Safe Routes to School by any other name is...
What started in 2005 as the Safe Routes to School (SRTS) program was changed in 2012 in a new transportation bill, MAP-21 or TAP (transportation alternatives program), to include funding for bicycling, walking and Safe Routes to School. Those funding changes in SRTS were sustained, along with some tweaks via the FAST Act in 2015. 

Each state DOT has the discretion whether to fund SRTS, plus Metropolitan Planning Organizations also have funding through TAP. To find out if your state has a program, check here.

If you are interested in finding out more about how your municipality can participate in Safe Routes to School activities, starting a program and resources available, click here

Our #TrafficExperts at MoboTrex can assist you in finding the right product for your SRTS project when you are ready. 


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July 21-24, 2019 Austin, TX

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**User Group**

Davenport 2019 User Group
December 10-11, 2019 | Davenport, IA 

Are you ready for CAVs?

ITS Midwest in cooperation with ITS America and the U.S. DOT Professional Capacity Building (PCB) program is offering training to ITS Midwest members and other on connected and autonomous vehicles (CAVs). 

The full day training course will be offered July 24, 2019, 9:00am to 4:30pm at the Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning (CMAP).   The course is offered at no charge, registration is required and space is limited. The course is eligible for Professional Development House (PDHs).

For training details and registration form, check it out here

Some items featured in our Tuesday Traffic Talk are not available in all of our territories. Please consult your Regional Sales Manager or Inside Sales Representative for clarification.
(covers TTT prior to 10-11-2016, the rest are found on our website calendar by date)

Know your traffic trivia? Here's your chance to show us.
Today's trivia question is:
We all know these figures as the Walk/Don't Walk from a Pedestrian Signal. What is the original name for these figures...or What year and country first came out with them?

Send your answer to with  Traffic Trivia  in the subject line.
The answer to the June 11th trivia is 17,600 minutes each year. 
Thanks to all that played.

The lower the time on the countdown, the faster the "little man" runs.

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