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Online ISSN 1751-9578
Print ISSN 1751-956X

In partnership with Wiley, the IET have taken the decision to convert IET Intelligent Transport Systems from a library/subscriber pays model to an author-pays Open Access (OA) model effective from the 2021 volume, which comes into effect for all new submissions to the journal from now.

Whilst transitioning to OA as well as collaborating with a new publishing partner, IET Intelligent Transport Systems will also be migrating to a new electronic peer-review management system , using ScholarOne. The ScholarOne site is now open for all new submissions. Please note that any papers that have been submitted in the journal prior to 1 August 2020 will continue to run in ReView.

For further information on Article Processing Charges (APCs), Wiley’s transformative agreements, Research 4 Life policies, please visit our FAQ Page or contact [email protected]

COVID-19: A Message from the IET Journals Team We would like to reassure all of our valued authors, reviewers and editors that our journals are continuing to run as usual but, given the current situation, we can offer flexibility on your deadlines if you should need it. Our systems are set up to work to fixed timescales and may issue automatic reminder emails – please do not hesitate to get in contact with us at [email protected] if you need an extension or to discuss options. We recognise the tremendous contribution that you all make to the IET journals and would like to take this opportunity to thank you for your continued support.

IET Intelligent Transport Systems is an interdisciplinary journal devoted to research into the practical applications of ITS and infrastructures. The scope of the journal includes the following:

Sustainable traffic solutions; deployments with enabling technologies; pervasive monitoring ; applications; demonstrations and evaluation; economic and behavioural analyses of ITS services and scenario; data Integration and analytics; information collection and processing; image processing applications in ITS; ITS aspects of electric vehicles; autonomous vehicles; connected vehicle systems; in-vehicle ITS, safety and vulnerable road user aspects; mobility as a service systems; traffic management and control; public transport systems technologies; fleet and public transport logistics; emergency and incident management; demand management and electronic payment systems; traffic related air pollution management; policy and institutional issues; interoperability, standards and architectures; funding scenarios; enforcement; human machine interaction; education, training and outreach.


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IET Intelligent Transport Systems would like to introduce its new Editor-in-Chief!

Professor David Fernández Llorca


David Fernández Llorca is Full Professor at the Computer Engineering Department at the UAH, and Head of the INVETT research group. His research interests are mainly focused on computer vision, intelligent and autonomous vehicles, and intelligent transportation systems. He is the author of more than 120 publications, including 48 international journals and 75 international conferences. As principal investigator he has supervised 16 research projects and 16 industrial projects. As a researcher he has collaborated in 28 research projects, including 3 European projects, and 18 industrial projects, including collaborations with international companies. Welcome, David!

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