Transportation Communications Newsletter
Friday, May 18, 2012 – ISSN 1529-1057
TIC Connects Vehicles, Systems and Travelers for 15 years
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1) UK Road Charging a Real Possibility, Says New Study
Link to article on The Information Daily:
2) Wireless 'Spectrum Crunch' Looms, Warns Xata's Schenk
Link to article in The Journal of Commerce:
PUBLIC INFORMATION / EDUCATION
3) Exploring the Challenge of Convincing the Public to Fund Road Preservation
Link to Transportation Issues Daily:
4) Don't Stint on Signs Honoring Veterans
Editorial is critical of executive order in West Virginia concerning highway signs.
Link to editorial in The Intelligencer / Wheeling News-Register:
5) Telematics and Electric Mobility, Part II
Link to article on Telematics Update:
TRAVELER INFORMATION / TRANSPORTATION MANAGEMENT
6) Intelligent Transportation System Proposed for Hyderabad
Link to article in The Hindu:
7) Automakers Say 'Google It' to US Distraction Guidelines
Link to Bloomberg article:
8) Google's No Driver Car Looks for Allies
Link to article in Politico:
9) Study Finds Lack of Uniform Signage Poses Obstacle to Public Charging Networks
Link to article in The New York Times:
4) Teledata World Services, Inc. Executes Letter of Intent to Acquire Revolutionary Traffic Safety Company
- Traffic Engineer (ITS) – URS Corporation – Fort Washington, Pennsylvania
Smart Systems for Safe, Sustainable and Networked Vehicles – May 30-31 – Berlin
Connecticut DOT worker unexpectedly makes traffic reporting debut.
Today in Transportation History
1962 **50th anniversary** British authorities erect barbed-wire barrier on border between Hong Kong and China to prevent refugees from entering the colony.
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