Transportation Communications Newsletter
Tuesday, June 11, 2013 – ISSN 1529-1057
Multiple Job Opportunities in Virginia
Professionals Incorporated () is currently seeking multiple transportation professionals for our client in Virginia. Salaries and benefits are highly competitive.
Please contact Katy Moses at or if you or anyone you know would like to hear more about the positions listed below!
Manager / Director of Technology and Support: This is a highly visible role that holds responsibility for overall technology and support services. Candidates must have leadership, ATMS, ITS, and support services experience. Location: Richmond, VA.
Senior Application Architect (ATMS): Lead and support a mission critical ATMS development project. Candidates must have SDLC, ATMS, and solid development experience in Agile and Scrum environments. Transportation specific experience is a must. Location: Richmond or Northern VA.
Senior Systems and Network Architect: Lead and support a mission critical platform infrastructure. Candidates must have experience in systems administration and architecture of mission critical systems and networks, preferably in the transportation industry. Experience supporting ATMS is a huge plus. Location: Northern VA.
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GPS / NAVIGATION
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4) TIDE (Transport Innovation Deployment for Europe) Newsletter - #1
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5) Via Rail Crash Report to Urge Automated Braking Controls
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7) DC Councilwoman Says Proposed Taxicab Rule Would Stifle Innovation
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8) Telematics and Data Security
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9) Who Pays for In-Car Apps?
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10) Broadcasters Sparse at Telematics Detroit Conference
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11) Not 'Tapping Off' Passes Wreaks Havoc with Utah Transit Authority Planning
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12) Next Stop for Wi-Fi: New Jersey Transit Stations
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13) The WMATA Twitter Feed: A Source of Commuter Frustration, or a Solution?
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14) Use of Market Research Panels in Transit
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TRAVELER INFORMATION / TRANSPORTATION MANAGEMENT
15) Google Buys Crowdsourced Mapping Startup Waze
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16) Driverless Cars Should Slow Down, Some Say
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17) Apple's Dash of Your Dreams Could Be a Nightmare for Automakers
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18) Electronic License Plates Could Improve Highway Safety
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WTS NC Triangle Chapter Annual Awards Gala – June 19 – Raleigh, North Carolina
Today in Transportation History
1955 The deadliest crash in car racing history took place during the 24 Hours of Le Mans. Eighty-four people died in the tragedy.
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