Transportation Communications Newsletter
Wednesday, February 19, 2014 – ISSN 1529-1057
The 2014 ITS World Congress Calls on YOU for Transportation for Tomorrow
ITS America is looking to the future with the 2014 ITS World Congress. For the first time ever, we have launched our Transportation for Tomorrow: Inventors and Investors program. This two-part program will give young companies the opportunity to promote their most innovative ideas and technologies on the show floor through our Entrepreneurial Village, and also to present their best business plans to premier financial investment groups at our Investor Matching Event.
Emerging companies that are working to change the way America moves should consider submitting an application. Or, contact ITS America’s Sabrina Sussman for information on becoming a sponsor. Submissions are due by May 14, 2014.
Learn more about the ITS World Congress by visiting www.itsworldcongress.org.
1) Seven Ways the New Google Maps Can Make Your Travels Easier
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2) Tampa Port Authority to Spend Federal Funds for New Security System
Link to article in the Tampa Bay Times:
3) Journalist Sues Connecticut Police Who Questioned Drone Use
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PUBLIC INFORMATION / EDUCATION
4) San Francisco Takes Step Forward in Education for Pedestrians, Cyclists and Drivers
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5) Filling the Pothole Story
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6) Why is It Still So Hard to Find Out How States Are Spending Transportation Money?
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7) Belgian Bill Advances for English Traffic Signs
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8) Chicago Transit Authority Plans Wireless Upgrade
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9) Breckenridge Free Ride Transit System Introduces New Technology
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10) RideScout: The Kayak of Transportation Apps
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TRAVELER INFORMATION / TRANSPORTATION MANAGEMENT
11) Technology Keeps Race-Day Traffic Moving in Florida
Link to article in The Daytona Beach News-Journal:
12) 511 Launched by Mississippi DOT
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Link to news release
13) Lobby Fight to Decide if Airwaves Talk to Cars or People
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13th International Conference on Traffic and Transportation Engineering – February 25-26 – Tehran, Iran
Today in Transportation History
1819 **195th anniversary** British captain William Smith was the first European to spot the South Shetland Islands.
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