Transportation Communications Newsletter
Tuesday, November 19, 2013 – ISSN 1529-1057
1) Cops Like What They See with License Plate Readers
Link to article in Governing:
2) Utah a Model for New Federal Transportation Lobbying
Link to article in The Salt Lake Tribune:
3) London Cabbies Surveyed About Road Signs
Link to article in The Telegraph:
SAFETY / SECURITY
4) Pilot Program: Speed Sensors Trigger Red Light on Philadelphia Street
Link to article in The Philadelphia Inquirer:
5) How Do Audio Guys Sell Driver Safety?
Link to article on CEoutlook:
6) Motivated by Death of Paving Worker, Maine Man Aims to Save Lives with 'Ricky's Mandate'
Link to article in the Bangor Daily News:
TAXIS / RIDESHARING
7) Big European Players Embrace the Car-Sharing Trend
Link to article in The New York Times:
8) Daimler Trucks Sees Increasing Telematics Use in 2014
Link to article in Transport Topics:
9) Mysore to Be First City in India to Use Bus Auto Scheduling Technology
Link to article in The Times of India:
10) Smart Ticketing on the Cards for Manchester, UK Tram Users
Link to article in the Manchester Evening News:
TRAVELER INFORMATION / TRANSPORTATION MANAGEMENT
11) Online Maps to Help Arkansas Drivers Avoid Congested Roads
Link to story on KUAR Radio:
12) Lawmakers Question Safety of Driverless Cars
Link to article in The Hill:
13) Self-Driving Cars Not Ready for Years, GM Exec Tells Congress
Link to article in the Detroit Free Press:
14) Ford Exec: Auto, Tech Firms Must Work Together to Provide Internet, Apps
Link to Reuters article:
15) What's the Future of Radio in the Connected Car
Link to interview on Mark Ramsey Media:
3) Michigan DOT’s Kirk Steudle Tells Congress Investment in Autonomous Vehicle Research Will Lead to Improved Safety and Mobility
4) Creative Mobile Technologies Provides Spanish Translation Technology for New York City's Green Taxis
8) Abalta Technologies and Green Hills Software to Integrate Weblink In-Vehicle Infotainment Platform
- Poster Session – Intelligent Transportation Society of New Jersey Annual Meeting
National Transportation Infrastructure Summit – November 21 – Washington, DC
Today in Transportation History
1898 **115th anniversary** Arthur R. von Hippel, a physicist who contributed to the development of radar, was born in Rostock, Germany.
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