Transportation Communications Newsletter
Thursday, March 7, 2013 – ISSN 1529-1057
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1) Heavy Use of Montreal Bixi Bikesharing System Displayed on New Open-Data Map
Link to blog on Mobility Lab:
GPS / NAVIGATION
2) New Navigation Technology Predicts Traffic Conditions
Link to story on Voice of America:
3) Canadian Government to Hold Auction for Wireless Spectrum in November
Link to Canadian Press article:
4) The Link Between Intelligent Transportation and Better Roads
Link to blog in Better Roads:
5) Florida DOT's SunGuide Disseminator – March 2013
Link to newsletter:
SAFETY / SECURITY
6) Colorado DOT Taps LED Rail Crossing Safety Signs
Link to article in Railway Age:
7) GlobeSherpa Raises $1.3 Million to Sell Transit Tickets on Smartphones
Link to article in The Oregonian:
8) New York MTA's BusTrek Promises to Reduce 'Bus Bunching'
Link to article in the Daily News:
9) Uncovering the First, Fascinating Rulebook for Subway Sign Design
Link to blog on The Atlantic Cities:
TRAVELER INFORMATION / TRANSPORTATION MANAGEMENT
10) Virginia DOT's Staunton Control Center a Hub of Activity During Snowstorm
Link to article in The News Leader:
11) Tele-Traffic Inks Deal with Orlando-Orange County Expressway Authority
Link to article in the Orlando Business Journal:
12) Augmented Reality Windshields Display Phone Calls and GPS Information
Link to article in The Daily Telegraph:
13) Drive Into the Future – Your Car Know a Lot About You. And It's Talking
Link to article in The Wall Street Journal:
14) Reports from automotiveIT Congress
- IT Boss Says Porsche is 'Fast Follower' with Connected-Car Services
- Audi Sets 2015 Target of 1 Million Connected Vehicles
- Daimler CIO Lays Out Integrated Approach to Customers
- T-Systems Executive Urges Close Customer Ties
1) US DOT's Pedestrian Safety and Mobility Research to Be Featured at 2013 South By Southwest Conference
Talking Freight Seminar: Case Study on Promoting Public and Private Sector Freight Collaboration – March 20
Today in Transportation History
1913 **100th anniversary** The freighter Alum Chine, exploded in Baltimore Harbor. The blast killed 33.
1963 **50th anniversary** The Pan Am Building opened above Grand Central Terminal in New York City and served as the airline's headquarters. At one time the building had a helicopter landing pad on its roof.
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