Monday, February 19, 2007

Monday, February 19, 2007

Transportation Communications Newsletter

Monday, February 19, 2007 -- ISSN 1529-1057

Iteris, Inc., is an industry leader in Intelligent Transportation Systems, traffic engineering and transportation planning. We are seeking innovative ITS Specialists, Traffic Engineers and Transportation Planners to join our dynamic team throughout the U.S. We have opportunities available in Ontario, Los Angeles and Anaheim, California as well as Las Vegas, Virginia and Kansas City, MO. We have positions ranging from Assistant Transportation level to Senior, Principal and Director of Operations.

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1) You’ll Find the Latest News on the George Washington Bridge Right Here
Ramp closure adds to delays but little notice is provided to the public.
Link to column in The Record:

2) Information Superhighway Hits the Road
Dash Navigatio, WAAV Inc,. Autonet Mobile Inc. New devices offer wireless access on the interstate.
Link to column in The Boston Globe: (may require free registration)

3) Atlanta Posts Special Events on Web as Traffic Aid
Link to story in The Atlanta Journal-Constitution: (may require free registration)
Link to Atlanta Police events calendar:

4) Driver’s Ed for Robot Racers
Driverless cars will need to understand signs and traffic signals to operate in an urban environment.
Link to story on CNET News:

5) Upcoming Changes in Weather Warnings
Storm warnings will be for specific areas within counties, using well-known landmarks such as highways and rivers.
Link to story on Central Florida News 13:

6) Startup Hopes to Modernize Parking Hunt
Link to AP story:
Link to further information on SpotScout:

7) Looking for a Business Address? Good Luck -- You’ll Need It
Link to column in the News-Leader:

News Releases

1) Bulging Bumper Could Speed Journey to Computerized Carriageways

2) United Rentals Complete Sale of Traffic Control Business

3) XM, Sirius Plan to Merge – Enhance traffic offerings one of the proposed benefits

Upcoming Events
Talking Operations: Road Weather Management Web Conference – March 14

Today in Transportation History
1936 – Billy Mitchell, the man considered by many as the “Father of the US Air Force,” dies.


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