Lawley Publications respects your privacy. We do not release your e-mail address to anyone or any company.

Following are the specifics of how we protect your privacy. 

WHEN YOU VISIT URBAN-TRANSPORTATION-MONITOR.COM

Our server automatically recognizes the IP address of visitors. This information helps us evaluate how our visitors and subscribers use and navigate our Web sites, including the number and frequency of visitors and subscribers to each Web page, and the length of their visits. We share them with no one.

WHEN YOU FILL OUT A FORM ON URBAN-TRANSPORTATION-MONITOR.COM

When information is provided via feedback forms, we collect all of the information you provide, including your e-mail address and the type of browser being used. However, this information is not compiled or used for any purpose other than to communicate with you.

WHEN YOU PARTICIPATE IN AN ONLINE SURVEY

We may share survey information about our users. However, we share only aggregate numbers. For example, we will say x percent of our users are traffic engineers and y percent are transportation planners. We do not reveal any individual information about you.

WHEN YOU CLICK ON A LINK TO ANOTHER WEB SITE.

This Web site contains links to other sites, including advertiser sites, and content partners. These sites are not under our control and so are not covered by our Privacy Policy statement. We recommend that you review the privacy policy at each such Web site to determine how that site protects your privacy.

POLICY MODIFICATIONS.

When we make any material change to this Privacy Policy, we will inform you by posting a notice on the home page of this site that the policy has been updated and by changing the date on this page noting when the policy was last updated.

EXCEPTIONAL CIRCUMSTANCES.

In addition to the above circumstance, we may disclose information about you (i) if we are required to do so by law, (ii) in response to legal process, (iii) to law enforcement authorities or other government officials, or (iv) when we believe disclosure is necessary or appropriate to prevent physical harm or financial loss or in connection with an investigation of suspected or actual illegal activity.