Chris Holmes, Transport Programme Director at WM5G has explored the role connectivity is set to play in unlocking the future of more intelligent and intuitive transport through 5G connectivity realising the ambitions of smart cities and dynamic infrastructure for Open Access Government Magazine.

5G may still seem like an emerging technology but the reality is that it is already beginning to shape our towns, cities and roads.

Smart connected transport moves far beyond the introduction of driverless cars and autonomous vehicles. It holds the ability to create intelligent infrastructure across our transport networks, such as smart traffic lights, street signs and parking, or sensors and cameras that will help to tailor public transport to passenger requirements.

Read the full article here starting on page 344.