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Thinking Highways magazine is the thought-leader in the intelligent transportation and advanced traffic management sector. Focusing on technology, policy, strategy, implementation, innovation, integration and interoperability.

Thinking Highways was born from the desire to deliver to its audience the highest quality content possible. Its aim is not only to report but to facilitate active and forward thinking discussion using the best available platforms and creating innovative new ones. The core team has been together in the global ITS industry since the late 1990s and has expanded since H3B Media’s inception in 2006.”

INSIGHT
What we offer our readers is a unique combination of unbiased, in–depth discussion, informed and respected opinion, fascinating case studies and insightful interviews which makes our family of publications and web portals indispensable, go-to resources that are associated with the thought-leader within the global ITS industry.

INFLUENCE
Our values are unique, well-established and highly respected. We are committed to promoting and improving innovation and business within the ITS sector globally by consistently examining standards, policy, implementation (etc) as well as showcasing advances in the technology that are vital in making this US$50+ billion market as strong as it is today and for the future.

INFORM
We aim to encourage a long-term view of the value of investment in transportation and reinforce the value of its wider influence in the lives of the people it serves. We want to help elevate the creation of strategies, the allocation of funding and the encouragement of innovation in your sector to a level where investment in systems and technology reaches further than political terms of office to where we see the formation and implementation of ‘policy beyond politics’.

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