Monday, February 4, 2013

Monday, February 4, 2013

Transportation Communications Newsletter

Monday, February 4, 2013 – ISSN 1529-1057


1) Future Airport – Issue 1 2013
Link to magazine:


2) Hard to Put Red-Light Violations Under a Lens
Link to column in The Wall Street Journal:

3) Turn Off the Red-Light … Cameras – Safer Intersections Are Within Reach
Link to blog from Strategy Analytics:


4) Traffic Technology Reaches Forsyth County, Georgia
Link to article in the Forsyth Herald:

5) European Urban ITS Expert Group Publishes Results
Link to documents and further information:

6) ERTICO's iMobility Network Newsletter
Link to newsletter:


7) New Massachusetts Registry of Motor Vehicles' Website Will Feature Ads
Link to story on WWLP-TV:

8) Articles from VTT Impulse
 -  The Future of Sensor Networks (page 20)
 -  Heavy-Vehicle Traffic Turns Street Smart (page 42)


9) Oregon's Port of Coos Bay Loses Public Records Request Case
Link to article in The World:


10) Washington State Lawmakers to Reconsider Digital Billboards on State Highways
Link to article from The News Tribune:


11) Ride-Hailing Apps Offer New Way Around Town
Link to AP article:


12) European Telematics Provider Making Inroads into North America
Link to article in Fleet Owner:


13) New South Wales RailCorp Discriminates Against Blind, Court Finds
Link to article in The Sydney Morning Herald:

14) Is Pinterest the Next Big Social Network for Transit?
Link to article on The Transit Wire:

15) Manila Piloting Biometric Bus Driver Monitoring
Link to article on ThirdFactor:


16) Delaware Secretary of Transportation Takes Reins at I-95 Corridor Coalition
Link to story on Transportation Radio:

17) Missouri Officials Say Goal of Advanced Traffic Management System is Greater Efficiency
Link to article in the Springfield News-Leader:

News Releases

 -  Request for Applications – Multistate Corridor Operations and Management Program – Federal Highway Administration

Upcoming Events
Mid-America Trucking Show – March 21-23 – Louisville, Kentucky

Today in Transportation History    
1913 **100th anniversary** Rosa Parks was born in Tuskegee, Alabama. 

1993 **20th anniversary** The Los Angeles County MTA held its first board meeting.

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