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Bill Anderson

Traffic data to predict border delays: remote sensors counting trucks and cars crossing the Ambassador Bridge will be used to develop models to warn drivers of delays an hour or more in advance.Traffic data to predict border delays: remote sensors counting trucks and cars crossing the Ambassador Bridge will be used to develop models to warn drivers of delays an hour or more in advance.

Cross-Border Institute traffic data will predict border delays

Cross-Border Institute researchers say traffic data collected by remote sensors at the Canada-US border at the Ambassador Bridge will help to predict border delays. 

Bill AndersonBill Anderson will join researchers from four other universities at an event in London to discuss some of the world's most pressing issues.

Connectivity matters now, border researcher says

Connectivity – that’s what matters now, according to Bill Anderson.

“Interconnectedness is the way the world is now,” says Dr. Anderson, chair of the university’s Cross Border Institute. “You don’t have the choice to opt out. Success depends on interconnections, and that goes for individuals, communities and corporations.”

Bill AndersonBill Anderson looks out at the Detroit River, over which billions of dollars of agri-food products cross every year, according to a recent report commissioned by the research institute he directs.

Agri-food study finds cross-border efficiencies improving

Bill Anderson will appear on Research Matters on CJAM 99.1 FM this afternoon to discuss a new report that examines how the local agri-food industry has responded to challenges posed by shipping goods across the border.

Bill Anderson wearing "Research Matters" shirt.Ontario Research Chair in Cross-Border Transportation Policy Bill Anderson will represent the University of Windsor in the Research Matters campaign.

Border expert signs on for campaign to promote research

Ontario Research Chair in Cross-Border Transportation Policy Bill Anderson will represent the University of Windsor in the Research Matters campaign.