Tuesday, 1st September 2015 - 10:05
ITS (UK), the Intelligent Transport Systems membership association for all who work in ITS in the UK, is delighted to announce that our International Director, Richard Harris of Xerox, has been awarded the 2015 Lifetime Achievement Award by ERTICO – ITS Europe and will be inducted into the ITS Hall of Fame during the ITS World Congress in Bordeaux in October. The honour reflects Richard’s many years of leadership and innovation in the international ITS field. As International Director of ITS (UK), Richard has overseen the establishment of an international contacts network unparallelled at the level of national ITS associations, and ensured that ITS (UK) is known and respected around the world. ...
Subscribe to the ITS UK monthly newsletter and keep up-to-date with ITS news. The
ITS UK newsletter features a range of articles relating to current ITS developments
and future events.
read more ›
View the ITS UK publications archive. The archive contains useful publications aimed
at all who have an interest in the UK ITS sector. They are available free of charge.
read more ›
Coming to Visit?
Are you planning on visiting us or attending one of our featured events? If so,
plan your journey to and from the venue by public transport using the Transport
Direct online journey planner.
Visit the Transport Direct Website ›
ITS (UK) News
- 01/09/15 ITS United Kingdom International Director elected to the ITS Hall of Fame
- 14/08/15 ITS United Kingdom sets up interest group for Young Professionals
- 10/08/15 ITS United Kingdom plans to make a big impact at the Bordeaux World Congress
- 21/07/15 ITS United Kingdom welcomes Government emphasis on highly automated vehicle research
- 12/06/15 Diversity Award launched for the Bordeaux ITS Congress
- 22/05/15 ITS United Kingdom elects new Chairman and Vice Chairman
- 23/04/15 ITS United Kingdom makes Awards for excellence in Intelligent Transport Systems
- 20/04/15 ITS (UK) relaunches Student Essay Award for 2015 sponsored by TRL
- 18/03/15 ITS United Kingdom Welcomes the House of Commons Transport Committee’s report on Strategic River Crossings