RSS (Really Simple Syndication) is an XML-based Web-content syndication format used to deliver constantly updated headline feeds to readers. Our RSS feeds deliver press releases and other information from the U.S. Department of Transportation's Office of the Assistant Secretary for Research and Technology .
To receive RSS feeds, you must use a program called a news reader/aggregator. These applications allow the display of RSS headlines on computer desktops. The news reader checks the feed for any recent changes. A number of free or shareware RSS news readers are available on the web for downloading. The Open Directory Project has numerous links to RSS readers. You can also search for "RSS Reader" in your favorite web search tool. Some web browsers include news readers in their functionality. Once you have a news reader, copy the URL or click on the RSS link (XML icon). The links on the feed page are coded for news reader software and will not appear like a normal web page in your web browser.
Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) Benefits: http://www.itsbenefits.its.dot.gov/rss/whatsnewBenefits.xml
ITS Costs: http://www.itscosts.its.dot.gov/rss/whatsnewCosts.xml
ITS Lessons Learned: http://www.itslessons.its.dot.gov/rss/whatsnewLessons.xml
Transportation Research Information Services - Sustainable/Liveable Communities: http://www.trb.org/Main/Public/RSSfeeds.aspx?...