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Our ability to get from Point A to Point B is something lots of us take for granted. But transporting people and products across town or across the country every day is neither simple nor easy. Join us as we explore the challenges on Thinking Transportation, a podcast about how we get ourselves — and the things we need — from one place to another. Every other week, an expert from the Texas A&M Transportation Institute or other special guest will help us dig deep on a wide range of topics. Fi ...
 
I believe transportation is an enabler and economic equalizer. It can raise the African masses from poverty if the right infrastructure and means are provided. Follow me across the African continent physically, virtually and in my conversations with interested Africans and duty bearer on the continent. Connect with me and let us have a convo https://www.facebook.com/ATConvos https://twitter.com/aryee_j https://www.instagram.com/niijonas/ Subscribe to my podcast on the following platforms App ...
 
HMH - the transportation transformation agency - has launched the "Future of Transportation" podcast, where we'll host regular chats with experts in the transportation industry. We are a full-service creative agency powering brands that are creating the future of transportation. SOLVING PROBLEMS THROUGH INSIGHT AND CREATIVITY For years, we’ve helped clients in every type of industry and category. We still do. But in that time, we’ve developed extensive consultative and creative expertise in ...
 
The ISDA Podcasts are a convenient communication tool that can increase your professional development. We provide secure transportation and executive protection news, headlines, trends, and announcements from the International Security Driver Association. The International Security Driver Association (ISDA) serves our members by supporting an international forum of protection professionals who share their knowledge and experience for the education and benefit of the membership. ISDA represen ...
 
Avoiding the Blind Spots can be one of the best strategic moves a business can make, but sometimes they’re inevitable. Welcome to the podcast that explores the Transportation & Logistics space, and how to make sure your company isn’t left behind picking up the pieces of missed opportunity or by being side swiped by something completely unexpected.
 
Tous les mois, Nicolas Louvet et l’équipe 6t (https://6-t.co) vous emmènent à la découverte des usages de la mobilité. Se déplacer, c’est réaliser des activités, parcourir des quartiers, rencontrer des gens, se dépenser ou se reposer, s’énerver ou se détendre. La mobilité donne vie à nos villes. Pourquoi et comment se déplace-t-on ? Comment les pratiques de mobilité changent-elles avec la ville, et la ville avec les nouvelles mobilités ? Crédits : - Générique : I dunno by grapes (c) copyrigh ...
 
If your company functions in manufacturing, distribution, retail, e-commerce or 3rd party logistics, what a Transportation Management System/Software (TMS) is. Well, a transportation software is a logistics platform that lets users to manage & optimize the everyday functions of their transportation fleets. Its main responsibility is to plan & implement the physical movement of goods.
 
This collection is a survey of the innovative automotive and transportation community within Stanford. Stanford University has become one of the best universities on earth to to change the future of transportation and this collection is a 'who's who' of that world. The videos will feature talks from Stanford experts in focus areas as varied as autonomous vehicles, entrepreneurship, design, ethics, aerodynamics, neuroscience, communications and security. At the end of this video collection, a ...
 
Trucks and buses are the backbone of economy and society. Without them, the world would come to a standstill. At the same time, commercial vehicle manufacturers have a great responsibility when it comes to their impact on climate change and their role in society as employers and corporate citizens. In his monthly podcast 'Transportation Matters' Martin Daum, CEO of the global manufacturer Daimler Truck AG, invites prominent guests to discuss highly relevant topics ranging from the future of ...
 
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On this week’s Talking Michigan Transportation podcast, a conversation with three people who participated in an MDOT public service announcement, explaining why they received a COVID-19 vaccine and think others should, too. First, Kim Henderson, who manages MDOT’s Graphic Design and Mapping Unit, talks about why she felt it was important, as a Blac…
 
The pandemic and a record-setting holiday shopping season made 2020 a year like no other for the freight and delivery industry. TTI Senior Research Engineer Bill Eisele helps us understand how clicking Next Day Delivery or Same Day Delivery directly impacts (and imposes lasting consequences on) our transportation network.…
 
Our guest for this episode is futurist Minsoo Pak, who says his job is looking not at one conceivable future, but at multiple conceivable futures. The discussion covers topics including: What related downstream industries are affected by the widespread adoption of electric vehicles How autonomous vehicles might impact workplaces and the automobile …
 
This episode of the AASHTO ETAP podcast will focus on transportation equity and environmental justice. Transportation systems are critical to people’s ability to reach jobs, educational opportunities, health care, and a number of other goods and services. However, underserved and marginalized communities often lack transportation options that are a…
 
Our April Review of Maritime Affairs was led by Jeffrey Botchway. Your usual co-hosts Dr George vanDyck, Dr Alberta Sagoe and Jonas Aryee discussed the following topical issues relating to news that made the rounds in April 20211. Boankra Integrated Logistics Terminal project in Ghana2. Land-Source pollution of the sea and coast3. Corruption and Te…
 
Thème 5 : L’immobilité La mobilité rythme nos journées et, comme vous l’entendez à chaque début d’épisode, elle donne vie à nos villes. La notion de mobilité ne prend pourtant tout son sens que mise en regard avec son pendant : l’immobilité. En effet, nos modes de vie sédentaires réduisent bien souvent la mobilité à des déplacements circonscrits da…
 
The topic for this week's episode is the science of the lane change. If you have been to an Advanced Driving, EVOC, or Protective Driver Training Program, you have driven through a Lane Change exercise. It is a staple of most all driving programs. Over the years, feedback from former students indicates that the "Lane Change" exercise is one of the …
 
Lorraine Martin, President and CEO of the National Safety Council (NSC), discusses the NSC 2020 Motor Vehicle Fatalities preliminary data, which estimate that as many as 42,060 people are estimated to have died in motor vehicle crashes in 2020. That marks an 8 percent increase over 2019 in a year where people drove significantly less frequently bec…
 
The guest for this episode is Jacob Bolin, program manager for Plug-in NC, a North Carolina statewide program that works to increase adoption, resources and collaboration for electric vehicles and charging infrastructure. Jacob shared his thoughts on:  Consumer barriers to entry in the EV space Why charging isn’t as difficult as some people think W…
 
Lorraine Martin, President and CEO of the National Safety Council, discusses the NSC 2020 Motor Vehicle Fatalities preliminary data, which estimate that as many as 42,060 people died in motor vehicle crashes in 2020. That marks an 8 percent increase over 2019 in a year where people drove significantly less frequently because of the pandemic. She al…
 
On Tuesday, Michigan hosted the National Work Zone Awareness Week event in the midst of a Rebuilding Michigan project on M-59 in Macomb County. On this week's Talking Michigan Transportation podcast, a conversation with Stephanie Boileau, county highway engineer for the Chippewa County Road Commission and president of the Michigan Chapter of the Am…
 
Not all classes of vehicles are created equal, because they aren’t charged uniformly for how they use our transportation network. Associate Research Scientist Brianne Glover looks at how the changing mix of cars and trucks — and questions of equity and balance — might alter how we fund our roads and bridges in the future.…
 
The guest for this episode is Paul Cozza, former CEO of the North Carolina State Ports Authority. Paul shared his thoughts on: Innovations in supply chain logistics during the COVID-19 pandemic New technologies that will have an impact on the transportation industry New industries and businesses that he's curious about Listening to your customers .…
 
In recognition of Earth Day, this week’s Talking Michigan Transportation podcast features a conversation with Margaret Barondess, who manages the environmental section at the Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT). More than 50 years ago, Congress adopted the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA). Barondess reflects and explains how the ac…
 
On this week's Talking Michigan Transportation podcast, Doug Hecox, acting director of public affairs at the Federal Highway Administration, shares his insights on the origins of interstate highways and wrestles with unanswerable questions about the future. Hecox likes to remind people that the Interstate Highway System is "the largest human-built …
 
The topic for this week’s episode is the basics of armored vehicles and their use in protective services. Since the Omar García Harfuch Ambush, we (ISDA) have received questions concerning the use of armored vehicles in protective services. For the first part of the podcast, I’ll share some of the 2019 Executive Vehicle & Secure Transportation Surv…
 
Car crashes have long been the leading cause of serious injury for people under age 25 in America, and in most years the top cause of death for teenagers. Russell Henk, an expert in young driver safety, outlines how a reward-based incentive program can provide a strong complement to traditional law enforcement efforts in helping novice drivers embr…
 
On this week’s Talking Michigan Transportation, a conversation with Andy Doctoroff about his op-ed published in the Detroit Free Press examining President Biden’s American Jobs Plan in the context of historic investments in U.S. infrastructure. Doctoroff, who has made previous appearances on the podcast in his capacity as the governor’s office’s po…
 
Thème 5 : L’immobilité La mobilité rythme nos journées. Et pourtant, elle n’existe que par la comparaison avec son pendant : l’immobilité. Ce concept, qui fait écho aux confinements successifs de la crise du COVID-19 ayant immobilisé les français pendant plusieurs mois, sera le sujet de la nouvelle série de Lost in Transportation. Pour réfléchir à …
 
State departments of transportation will play a critical role in rolling out electric vehicle infrastructure. Shoshana Lew, the Executive Director of Colorado DOT, is leading the march towards a greener future for her state’s drivers and riders. This month’s podcast discusses how Colorado is ramping up its efforts to promote electric vehicles and p…
 
Every week we share secure transportation and executive protection knowledge, headlines, trends, and educational content. Today we are talking about the science of braking. Although most all Security Drivers realize that the higher the car's speed, the more distance required to stop, what is surprising to many drivers is how much extra distance it …
 
Dr George vanDyck led the discussion in our maritime news review for March 2021. Amongst the topical issues that came up are 1. Ship scrapping 2. Working conditions of crews on Fishing Vessels in West Africa 3. The grounding of Ever Given and related issues and 4. Port Concessions in West Africa in the midst of the Bollore- MPS Ghana Port Terminal …
 
If you’re in transportation and logistics, and not putting safety procedures in the forefront, then it’s not a matter of it will get you in trouble, but simply more about when. In this episode of Blind Spots, James welcomes friend, fellow Marine, and Safety & DOT Manager at Texas Prides Fuel, Bart Lesniewicz. Bart worked in the Marines for over 20 …
 
In this week’s episode, the topic is Payload – one of the five vehicle characteristics that affect the principal and passengers’ safety and security. This is a scenario that all Security Driver and Secure Transportation providers are familiar with; the Principal travels to a location and is met by a Security Driver. The Principal and two other exec…
 
American roads and bridges get us to where we live, learn, work, shop, and play. And that network has needed repair for a while, now. TTI experts Edith Arámbula Mercado and Charles Gurganus explain how maintaining the nation’s infrastructure is a lot like taking care of our own homes. The longer we postpone necessary upkeep, the higher the cost wil…
 
On this week’s edition of the Talking Michigan Transportation podcast, analysis and speculation about what President Biden is likely to include in his much-anticipated proposal to address the nation’s inadequate and crumbling infrastructure. Lloyd Brown, director of communications for the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Off…
 
France 24 reported that the french industrial group Bollore have been fined 12 million euros for bribing the Togolese president to gain favours at the port of Lome. https://www.france24.com/en/europe/20210226-bollor%C3%A9-group-fined-%E2%82%AC12-million-in-african-corruption-case A new damning report has surfaced alleging that that same tactic had …
 
On this week’s edition of the Talking Michigan Transportation podcast, a followup to previous conversations about why fatal crashes have increased despite traffic volumes declining substantially during the pandemic. Following up on previous episodes featuring a number of Michigan experts on the topic, this week’s conversation features a perspective…
 
Ryan Russo, Director of Transportation at the Oakland, California Department of Transportation, is the guest on the ITE Talks Transportation podcast and discusses the city’s Slow Streets program and the challenges of meeting the community’s transportation needs during COVID-19. He also highlights the department’s strategic plan, including the estab…
 
In this week’s episode, we will cover a range of tire topics. Specifically tire pressure, the tire contact patch, and armored vehicles and tires. Anyone who has been to an old Scotti School or over the last 18 years to a VDI training program, knows the importance we place on tires. The ISDA is constantly monitoring the tire industry. We spend the t…
 
The guest for our premiere episode is HMH President Ed Herinckx, who shares some thoughts on: Why HMH focuses its efforts on the transportation industry. How marketing changes – or doesn’t – between traditional products and newer offerings such as electric vehicles and autonomous driving. An app idea that involves multiple modes of transportation. …
 
Ryan Russo, Director at the Oakland Department of Transportation in California, USA, discusses the city’s Slow Streets program and the challenges of meeting the community’s transportation needs during COVID-19. He also highlights the department’s strategic plan, including the establishment of a Racial Equity team that works to address inequities, b…
 
Today’s topic is Autonomous Vehicle levels and their effects to secure transportation. On various social media outlets, news reports – vehicle ads - some have touted driverless vehicles. They are going as far as to say that driverless vehicles will soon be here. Some in the security community have asked will Autonomous vehicles eliminate the securi…
 
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