January 19, 2021

San Francisco Bay Area Metropolitan Transportation Commission Awards Iteris $6.9 Million Operational Services Contract


Iteris, Inc. (NASDAQ: ITI), the global leader in smart mobility infrastructure management, today announced that the Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC) has awarded Iteris a $6.9 million contract to provide operational services for two operations centers in the San Francisco Bay Area.

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San Francisco Bay Area Metropolitan Transportation Commission Awards Iteris $6.9 Million Operational Services Contract (Photo: Business Wire)


Under the terms of the three-year agreement, which includes an option to extend for an additional four years, Iteris will provide staffing and management services to the 511 Operations Center in Oakland, California that is responsible for collecting, curating and disseminating traffic and transit information for the nine-county Bay Area region. The 511 Operations Center staff disseminate transportation information through the 511 SF Bay traveler information system, of which the 511 Phone System and Transit Data System have been

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The 2020 Popular Mechanics Automotive Excellence Awards

Photo credit: Marc Urbano/Car and Driver
Photo credit: Marc Urbano/Car and Driver

From Popular Mechanics

If there’s one thread woven through all of the best cars of 2020 below, it is practicality. And capability. And more premium features and specs making their way down to more affordable models. Alright, so it’s hard to declare one overarching trend this year in the ever-broadening vehicle market. Below, you’ll find the first mid-engine Corvette that’s within financial reach for more of us, a pickup with an interior so nice you might forget you’re sitting in a beast of a hauler, and a campervan that finally captures a certain Westfalia vibe while being a legitimate errand-running and daily driver.

Throughout the year, we got behind the wheels of these crossovers, SUVs, sedans, vans, trucks, wagons, and sports cars, driving them on highways, city streets, and rutted forest roads (where it made sense). We also cross-referenced our experiences in them with

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